Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Command Reference, Release 7.0.116.0
Chapter 2 - CLI Commands
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CLI Commands

Table Of Contents

CLI Commands

Show Commands for Viewing the Configuration

Show 802.11 Commands

show 802.11

show 802.11 cleanair

show 802.11 cleanair air-quality summary

show 802.11 cleanair air-quality worst

show 802.11 cleanair device ap

show 802.11 cleanair device type

show 802.11 cu-metrics

show 802.11 media-stream

show aaa auth

show acl

show acl cpu

Show Advanced 802.11 Commands

show advanced 802.11 channel

show advanced 802.11 coverage

show advanced 802.11 group

show advanced 802.11 l2roam

show advanced 802.11 logging

show advanced 802.11 monitor

show advanced 802.11 profile

show advanced 802.11 receiver

show advanced 802.11 summary

show advanced 802.11 txpower

show advanced backup-controller

show advanced client-handoff

show advanced dot11-padding

show advanced eap

show advanced max-1x-sessions

show advanced probe

show advanced rate

show advanced send-disassoc-on-handoff

show advanced sip-preferred-call-no

show advanced statistics

show advanced timers

Show Access Point Commands

show ap auto-rf

show ap ccx rm

show ap cdp

show ap channel

show ap config

show ap config global

show ap core-dump

show ap crash-file

show ap data-plane

show ap eventlog

show ap image

show ap inventory

show ap join stats detailed

show ap join stats summary

show ap join stats summary all

show ap link-encryption

show ap monitor-mode summary

show ap retransmit

show ap stats

show ap summary

show ap tcp-mss-adjust

show ap wlan

show arp kernel

show arp switch

show auth-list

show boot

show cac voice summary

show call-control ap

show call-control client

show capwap client config

show capwap client ip config

show capwap reap association

show capwap reap status

show certificate compatibility

show certificate lsc

show certificate summary

show route kernel

Show Client Commands

show client ap

show client calls

show client ccx client-capability

show client ccx frame-data

show client ccx last-response-status

show client ccx last-test-status

show client ccx log-response

show client ccx manufacturer-info

show client ccx operating-parameters

show client ccx profiles

show client ccx results

show client ccx rm

show client ccx stats-report

show client detail

show client location-calibration summary

show client probing

show client roam-history

show client summary

show client summary guest-lan

show client tsm

show client username

show client voice-diag

show country

show country channels

show country supported

show coredump summary

show cpu

show custom-web

show database summary

show debug

show dhcp

show dtls connections

show dhcp proxy

show dhcp timeout

show eventlog

show exclusionlist

show guest-lan

show hreap group detail

show hreap group summary

show hreap office-extend

show ike

show interface

show interface group

show invalid-config

show inventory

show IPsec

show known ap

show l2tp

show lag eth-port-hash

show lag ip-port-hash

show lag summary

show ldap

show ldap statistics

show ldap summary

show license agent

show license all

show license capacity

show license detail

show license expiring

show license evaluation

show license feature

show license file

show license handle

show license image-level

show license in-use

show license permanent

show license status

show license statistics

show license summary

show license udi

show load-balancing

show local-auth certificates

show local-auth config

show local-auth statistics

show location

show location statistics rfid

show logging

show loginsession

show macfilter

show memory monitor

show reset

show remote-lan

Show Media-Stream Commands

show media-stream client

show media-stream group detail

show media-stream group summary

Show Mesh Commands

show mesh ap

show mesh astools stats

show mesh backhaul

show mesh cac

show mesh client-access

show mesh config

show mesh env

show mesh neigh

show mesh path

show mesh per-stats

show mesh queue-stats

show mesh public-safety

show mesh security-stats

show mesh stats

show mgmtuser

Show Mobility Commands

show mobility anchor

show mobility foreign-map

show mobility statistics

show mobility summary

show msglog

show nac statistics

show nac summary

show netuser

show netuser guest-roles

show network

show network summary

show network multicast mgid detail

show network multicast mgid summary

show nmsp notify-interval summary

show nmsp statistics

show nmsp status

show nmsp subscription

show pmk-cache

show port

show process

show qos queue_length all

Show RADIUS Commands

show radius acct statistics

show radius auth statistics

show radius rfc3576 statistics

show radius summary

Show Radio Frequency ID Commands

show rfid client

show rfid config

show rfid detail

show rfid summary

Show Rogue Commands

show rogue adhoc detailed

show rogue adhoc summary

show rogue ap clients

show rogue ap detailed

show rogue ap summary

show rogue ap friendly summary

show rogue ap malicious summary

show rogue ap unclassified summary

show rogue auto-contain

show rogue client detailed

show rogue client summary

show rogue ignore-list

show rogue rule detailed

show rogue rule summary

show route summary

show rules

show run-config

show serial

show sessions

show snmpcommunity

show snmpengineID

show snmptrap

show snmpv3user

show snmpversion

show spanningtree port

show spanningtree switch

show stats port

show stats switch

show switchconfig

show sysinfo

Show TACACS Commands

show ntp-keys

show tacacs acct statistics

show tacacs athr statistics

show tacacs auth statistics

show tacacs summary

show tech-support

show time

show trapflags

show traplog

show version

show watchlist

show wlan

Show WPS Commands

show wps ap-authentication summary

show wps cids-sensor

show wps mfp

show wps shun-list

show wps signature detail

show wps signature events

show wps signature summary

show wps summary

show wps wips statistics

show wps wips summary

Configuring Controller Settings

Configure 802.11 Network Commands

Configure 802.11 Public Safety Commands

config 802.11-a

config 802.11-a antenna extAntGain

config 802.11-a channel ap

config 802.11-a txpower ap

Configure 802.11b Commands

config 802.11b 11gSupport

config 802.11b preamble

Configure 802.11h Commands

config 802.11h channelswitch

config 802.11h powerconstraint

config 802.11h setchannel

Configure 802.11 11n Support Commands

config 802.11 11nsupport

config 802.11 11nsupport a-mpdu tx priority

config 802.11 11nsupport antenna

config 802.11 11nsupport mcs tx

Configure 802.11 Antenna Commands

config 802.11 antenna diversity

config 802.11 antenna extAntGain

config 802.11 antenna mode

config 802.11 antenna selection

config 802.11 beaconperiod

config 802.11 beamforming

Configure 802.11 CleanAir Commands

config 802.11 cleanair

config 802.11 cleanair device

config 802.11 cleanair alarm

Configure 802.11 CAC Commands

config 802.11 cac video acm

config 802.11 cac video max-bandwidth

config 802.11 cac video roam-bandwidth

config 802.11 cac video tspec-inactivity-timeout

config 802.11 cac voice acm

config 802.11 cac voice max-bandwidth

config 802.11 cac voice roam-bandwidth

config 802.11 cac voice tspec-inactivity-timeout

config 802.11 cac voice load-based

config 802.11 cac voice max-calls

config 802.11 cac voice sip bandwidth

config 802.11 cac voice sip codec

config 802.11 cac voice stream-size

config 802.11 channel

config 802.11 channel ap

config 802.11 chan_width

config 802.11 disable

config 802.11 dtpc

config 802.11 enable

config 802.11 exp-bwreq

config 802.11 fragmentation

config 802.11 l2roam rf-params

config 802.11 rate

config 802.11 tsm

config 802.11 txPower

config aaa auth

config aaa auth mgmt

config acl apply

config acl counter

config acl create

config acl cpu

config acl delete

config acl rule

Configure Advanced 802.11 Commands

config advanced 802.11 7920VSIEConfig

Configure Advanced 802.11 Channel Commands

config advanced 802.11 channel add

config advanced 802.11 channel cleanair-event

config advanced 802.11 channel cleanair-event

config advanced 802.11 channel dca anchor-time

config advanced 802.11 channel dca chan-width-11n

config advanced 802.11 channel dca interval

config advanced 802.11 channel dca sensitivity

config advanced 802.11 channel foreign

config advanced 802.11 channel load

config advanced 802.11 channel noise

config advanced 802.11 channel outdoor-ap-dca

config advanced 802.11 channel update

Configure Advanced 802.11 Coverage Commands

config advanced 802.11 coverage

config advanced 802.11 coverage exception global

config advanced 802.11 coverage fail-rate

config advanced 802.11 coverage level global

config advanced 802.11 coverage packet-count

config advanced 802.11 coverage rssi-threshold

config advanced 802.11 edca-parameters

config advanced 802.11 factory

config advanced 802.11 group-member

config advanced 802.11 group-mode

Configure Advanced 802.11 Logging Commands

config advanced 802.11 logging channel

config advanced 802.11 logging coverage

config advanced 802.11 logging foreign

config advanced 802.11 logging load

config advanced 802.11 logging noise

config advanced 802.11 logging performance

config advanced 802.11 logging txpower

Configure Advanced 802.11 Monitor Commands

config advanced 802.11 monitor channel-list

config advanced 802.11 monitor coverage

config advanced 802.11 monitor load

config advanced 802.11 monitor mode

config advanced 802.11 monitor ndp-type

config advanced 802.11 monitor noise

config advanced 802.11 monitor signal

Configure Advanced 802.11 Profile Commands

config advanced 802.11 profile clients

config advanced 802.11 profile customize

config advanced 802.11 profile foreign

config advanced 802.11 profile noise

config advanced 802.11 profile throughput

config advanced 802.11 profile utilization

config advanced 802.11 receiver

config advanced 802.11 txpower-update

config advanced backup-controller primary

config advanced backup-controller secondary

config advanced client-handoff

config advanced dot11-padding

config advanced assoc-limit

config advanced eap

config advanced rate

config advanced sip-preferred-call-no

config advanced statistics

config advanced probe filter

config advanced probe limit

Configure Advanced Timers Commands

config advanced timers ap-discovery-timeout

config advanced timers ap-fast-heartbeat

config advanced timers ap-heartbeat-timeout

config advanced timers ap-primary-discovery-timeout

config advanced timers auth-timeout

config advanced timers eap-timeout

config advanced timers eap-identity-request-delay

Configure Access Point Commands

config ap

config ap bhrate

config ap autoconvert

config ap bhrate

config ap bridgegroupname

config ap bridging

config ap cdp

config ap core-dump

config ap crash-file clear-all

config ap crash-file delete

config ap crash-file get-crash-file

config ap crash-file get-radio-core-dump

config ap dot1xuser

config ap dot1xuser delete

config ap dot1xuser disable

config ap ethernet

config ap group-name

config ap h-reap radius auth set

config ap h-reap vlan

config ap h-reap vlan native

config ap h-reap vlan wlan

config ap image predownload

config ap image swap

config ap led-state

config ap link-encryption

config ap link-latency

config ap location

config ap logging syslog level

config ap mgmtuser add

config ap mgmtuser delete

config ap mode

config ap monitor-mode

config ap name

config ap port

config ap power injector

config ap power pre-standard

config ap primary-base

config ap priority

config ap reporting-period

config ap reset

config ap retransmit interval

config ap retransmit count

config ap role

config ap rst-button

config ap secondary-base

config ap sniff

config ap ssh

config ap static-ip

config ap stats-timer

config ap syslog host global

config ap syslog host specific

config ap tcp-adjust-mss

config ap telnet

config ap tertiary-base

config ap tftp-downgrade

config ap username

config ap wlan

config auth-list add

config auth-list ap-policy

config auth-list delete

Configure Band-Select Commands

config band-select cycle-count

config band-select cycle-threshold

config band-select expire

config band-select client-rssi

config boot

config cdp timer

config certificate

config certificate lsc

Configure Client Commands

config client ccx clear-reports

config client ccx clear-results

config client ccx default-gw-ping

config client ccx dhcp-test

config client ccx dns-ping

config client ccx dns-resolve

config client ccx get-client-capability

config client ccx get-manufacturer-info

config client ccx get-operating-parameters

config client ccx get-profiles

config client ccx log-request

config client ccx send-message

config client ccx stats-request

config client ccx test-abort

config client ccx test-association

config client ccx test-dot1x

config client ccx test-profile

config client deauthenticate

config client location-calibration

config coredump

config coredump ftp

config coredump username

config country

config custom-web ext-webauth-mode

config custom-web ext-webauth-url

config custom-web ext-webserver

config custom-web redirectUrl

config custom-web webauth-type

config custom-web weblogo

config custom-web webmessage

config custom-web webtitle

config database size

config dhcp

config dhcp proxy

config dhcp timeout

config exclusionlist

Configure Interface Group Commands

config interface group

Configure Guest-LAN Commands

config guest-lan

config guest-lan custom-web ext-webauth-url

config guest-lan custom-web global disable

config guest-lan custom-web login_page

config guest-lan custom-web webauth-type

config guest-lan ingress-interface

config guest-lan interface

config guest-lan mobility anchor

config guest-lan nac

config guest-lan security

config hreap group

config hreap join min-latency

config hreap office-extend

config interface acl

config interface address

config interface ap-manager

config interface create

config interface delete

config interface dhcp

config interface group

config interface guest-lan

config interface hostname

config interface nat-address

config interface port

config interface quarantine vlan

config interface vlan

config known ap

config lag

config ldap

config ldap add

config ldap simple-bind

config license agent

config license boot

config load-balancing

config local-auth active-timeout

config local-auth eap-profile

config local-auth method fast

config local-auth user-credentials

config location

config logging buffered

config logging console

config logging debug

config logging fileinfo

config logging procinfo

config logging traceinfo

config logging syslog host

config logging syslog facility

config logging syslog level

config loginsession close

config lsc mesh

Configure Macfilter Commands

config macfilter

config macfilter description

config macfilter interfac

config macfilter ip-address

config macfilter mac-delimiter

config macfilter radius-compat

config macfilter wlan-id

config macfilter wlan-id

config remote-lan

config remote-lan aaa-override

config remote-lan acl

config remote-lan create

config remote-lan custom-web

config remote-lan delete

config remote-lan dhcp_server

config remote-lan exclusionlist

config remote-lan interface

config remote-lan ldap

config remote-lan mac-filtering

config remote-lan max-associated-clients

config remote-lan radius_server

config remote-lan security

config remote-lan session-timeout

config remote-lan webauth-exclude

Configure Memory Monitor Commands

config memory monitor errors

config memory monitor leaks

Configure Mesh Commands

config mesh alarm

config mesh astools

config mesh backhaul rate-adapt

config mesh backhaul slot

config mesh battery-state

config mesh client-access

config mesh ethernet-bridging vlan-transparent

config mesh full-sector-dfs

config mesh linkdata

config mesh linktest

config mesh lsc

config mesh multicast

config mesh parent preferred

config mesh public-safety

config mesh radius-server

config mesh range

config mesh secondary-backhaul

config mesh security

config mesh slot-bias

Configure Management-User Commands

config mgmtuser add

config mgmtuser delete

config mgmtuser description

config mgmtuser password

Configure Mobility Commands

config mobility dscp

config mobility group anchor

config mobility group domain

config mobility group keepalive count

config mobility group keepalive interval

config mobility group member

config mobility group multicast-address

config mobility multicast-mode

config mobility secure-mode

config mobility statistics reset

Configure Message Log Level Commands

config msglog level critical

config msglog level error

config msglog level security

config msglog level verbose

config msglog level warning

Configure Media-Stream Commands

config 802.11 media-stream multicast-direct

config 802.11 media-stream video-redirect

config media-stream multicast direct

config media-stream message

config media-stream add

config media-stream admit

config media-stream deny

config media-stream delete

Configure Net User Commands

config netuser add

config netuser delete

config netuser description

config netuser guest-role apply

config netuser guest-role create

config netuser guest-role delete

config netuser guest-role qos data-rate average-data-rate

config netuser guest-role qos data-rate average-realtime-rate

config netuser guest-role qos data-rate burst-data-rate

config netuser guest-role qos data-rate burst-realtime-rate

config netuser maxEapUserLogin

config netuser maxUserLogin

config netuser password

config netuser wlan-id

Configure Network Commands

config network 802.3-bridging

config network allow-old-bridge-aps

config network ap-discovery nat-ip-only

config network ap-fallback

config network ap-priority

config network apple-talk

config network arptimeout

config network bridging-shared-secret

config network broadcast

config network fast-ssid-change

config network ip-mac-binding

config network master-base

config network mgmt-via-wireless

config network multicast global

config network multicast igmp query interval

config network multicast igmp snooping

config network multicast igmp timeout

config network multicast mode multicast

config network multicast mode unicast

config network otap-mode

config network rf-network-name

config network secureweb

config network secureweb cipher-option

config network ssh

config network telnet

config network usertimeout

config network web-auth-port

config network webmode

config network web-auth

config network zero-config

config nmsp notify-interval measurement

config paging

config passwd-cleartext

config pmk-cache delete

Configure Port Commands

config port adminmode

config port autoneg

config port linktrap

config port multicast appliance

config port power

config prompt

config qos average-data-rate

config qos average-realtime-rate

config qos burst-data-rate

config qos burst-realtime-rate

config qos description

config qos max-rf-usage

config qos dot1p-tag

config qos protocol-type

config qos queue_length

Configure RADIUS Account Commands

config radius acct

config radius acct ipsec authentication

config radius acct ipsec disable

config radius acct ipsec enable

config radius acct ipsec encryption

config radius acct ipsec ike

config radius acct mac-delimiter

config radius acct network

config radius acct retransmit-timeout

Configure RADIUS Authentication Server Commands

config radius auth

config radius auth IPsec authentication

config radius auth IPsec disable

config radius auth IPsec encryption

config radius auth IPsec ike

config radius auth keywrap

config radius auth mac-delimiter

config radius auth management

config radius auth network

config radius auth retransmit-timeout

config radius auth rfc3576

config radius auth server-timeout

config radius aggressive-failover disabled

config radius backward compatibility

config radius callStationIdType

config radius fallback-test

config rfid auto-timeout

config rfid status

config rfid timeout

Configure Rogue Commands

config rogue adhoc

config rogue ap classify

config rogue ap friendly

config rogue ap rldp

config rogue ap ssid

config rogue ap timeout

config rogue auto-contain level

config rogue ap valid-client

config rogue client

config rogue detection

config rogue rule

config route add

config route delete

config serial baudrate

config serial timeout

config service timestamps

config sessions maxsessions

config sessions timeout

config slot

Configure SNMP Commands

config snmp community accessmode

config snmp community create

config snmp community delete

config snmp community ipaddr

config snmp community mode

config snmp engineID

config snmp syscontact

config snmp syslocation

config snmp trapreceiver create

config snmp trapreceiver delete

config snmp trapreceiver mode

config snmp v3user create

config snmp v3user delete

config snmp version

Configure Spanning Tree Protocol Commands

config spanningtree port mode

config spanningtree port pathcost

config spanningtree port priority

config spanningtree switch bridgepriority

config spanningtree switch forwarddelay

config spanningtree switch hellotime

config spanningtree switch maxage

config spanningtree switch mode

config switchconfig boot-break

config switchconfig fips-prerequisite

config switchconfig strong-pwd

config switchconfig flowcontrol

config switchconfig mode

config switchconfig secret-obfuscation

config sysname

Configure TACACS Commands

config tacacs acct

config tacacs athr

config tacacs auth

config time manual

config time ntp

config time timezone

config time timezone location

Configure Trap Flag Commands

config trapflags 802.11-Security

config trapflags aaa

config trapflags ap

config trapflags authentication

config trapflags client

config trapflags configsave

config trapflags IPsec

config trapflags linkmode

config trapflags multiusers

config trapflags rogueap

config trapflags rrm-params

config trapflags rrm-profile

config trapflags stpmode

config trapflags wps

Configure Watchlist Commands

config watchlist add

config watchlist delete

config watchlist disable

config watchlist enable

Configure Wireless LAN Commands

config wlan

config wlan 7920-support

config wlan 802.11e

config wlan aaa-override

config wlan acl

config wlan apgroup

config wlan broadcast-ssid

config wlan call-snoop

config wlan chd

config wlan ccx aironet-ie

config wlan channel-scan defer-priority

config wlan channel-scan defer-time

config wlan dhcp_server

config wlan diag-channel

config wlan dtim

config wlan exclusionlist

config wlan h-reap ap-auth

config wlan h-reap learn-ipaddr

config wlan h-reap local-switching

config wlan interface

config wlan IPv6Support

config wlan ldap

config wlan load-balance

config wlan mac-filtering

config wlan max-associated-clients

config wlan media-stream

config wlan mfp

config wlan mobility anchor

config wlan mobility foreign-map

config wlan multicast interface

config wlan nac

config wlan passive-client

config wlan peer-blocking

config wlan qos

config wlan radio

config wlan radius_server

config wlan radius_server overwrite-interface

config wlan roamed-voice-client re-anchor

config wlan sip-cac disassoc-client

config wlan sip-cac send-486busy

config wlan static-ip tunneling

Configure Wireless LAN Security Commands

config wlan security 802.1X

config wlan security ckip

config wlan security cond-web-redir

config wlan security IPsec disable

config wlan security IPsec enable

config wlan security IPsec authentication

config wlan security IPsec encryption

config wlan security IPsec config

config wlan security IPsec ike authentication

config wlan security IPsec ike dh-group

config wlan security IPsec ike lifetime

config wlan security IPsec ike phase1

config wlan security IPsec ike contivity

config wlan security passthru

config wlan security splash-page-web-redir

config wlan security static-wep-key authentication

config wlan security static-wep-key disable

config wlan security static-wep-key enable

config wlan security static-wep-key encryption

config wlan security web-auth

config wlan security web-passthrough acl

config wlan security web-passthrough disable

config wlan security web-passthrough email-input

config wlan security web-passthrough enable

config wlan security wpa akm 802.1x

config wlan security wpa akm cckm

config wlan security wpa akm ft

config wlan security wpa psk

config wlan security wpa disable

config wlan security wpa enable

config wlan security wpa ciphers

config wlan security wpa wpa1 disable

config wlan security wpa wpa1 enable

config wlan security wpa wpa2 disable

config wlan security wpa wpa2 enable

config wlan session-timeout

config wlan webauth-exclude

config wlan wmm

Configure WPS Commands

config wps ap-authentication

config wps auto-immune

config wps cids-sensor

config wps client-exclusion

config wps mfp

config wps shun-list re-sync

config wps signature

config wps signature frequency

config wps signature interval

config wps signature mac-frequency

config wps signature quiet-time

config wps signature reset

Capwap Access Point Commands

capwap ap controller ip address

capwap ap dot1x

capwap ap hostname

capwap ap ip address

capwap ap ip default-gateway

capwap ap log-server

capwap ap primary-base

capwap ap primed-timer

capwap ap secondary-base

capwap ap tertiary-base

lwapp ap controller ip address

Saving Configurations

save config

Clearing Configurations, Logfiles, and Other Actions

clear acl counters

clear ap-config

clear ap-eventlog

clear ap join stats

clear arp

clear client tsm

clear config

clear ext-webauth-url

clear license agent

clear location rfid

clear location statistics rfid

clear locp statistics

clear login-banner

clear lwapp private-config

clear nmsp statistics

clear radius acct statistics

clear tacacs auth statistics

clear redirect-url

clear stats ap wlan

clear stats local-auth

clear stats mobility

clear stats port

clear stats radius

clear stats switch

clear stats tacacs

clear transfer

clear traplog

clear webimage

clear webmessage

clear webtitle

Resetting the System Reboot Time

reset system at

reset system in

reset system cancel

reset system notify-time

Uploading and Downloading Files and Configurations

transfer download certpasswor

transfer download datatype

transfer download filename

transfer download mode

transfer download password

transfer download path

transfer download port

transfer download serverip

transfer download start

transfer download tftpPktTimeout

transfer download tftpMaxRetries

transfer download username

transfer encrypt

transfer upload datatype

transfer upload filename

transfer upload mode

transfer upload pac

transfer upload password

transfer upload path

transfer upload port

transfer upload serverip

transfer upload start

transfer upload username

Installing and Modifying Licenses

license clear

license comment

license install

license modify priority

license revoke

license save

Troubleshooting Commands

debug aaa

debug aaa local-auth

debug airewave-director

debug ap

debug ap enable

debug ap show stats

debug ap show stats video

debug arp

debug bcast

debug cac

debug call-control

debug capwap

debug capwap reap

debug client

debug crypto

debug dhcp

debug dhcp service-port

debug disable-all

debug dot11

debug dot11 mgmt interface

debug dot11 mgmt msg

debug dot11 mgmt ssid

debug dot11 mgmt state-machine

debug dot11 mgmt station

debug dot1x

debug group

debug hreap aaa

debug hreap cckm

debug hreap group

debug l2age

debug lwapp console cli

debug mac

debug media-stream

debug memory

debug mesh security

debug mobility

debug nac

debug nmsp

debug ntp

debug packet logging

debug pem

debug pm

debug poe

debug rbcp

debug rfid

debug service ap-monitor

debug snmp

debug transfer

debug voice-diag

debug wcp

debug wps sig

debug wps mfp

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CLI Commands


The Cisco Wireless LAN solution command-line interface (CLI) enables operators to connect an ASCII console to the Cisco wireless LAN controller and configure the controller and its associated access points.

This chapter contains the commands available in the Cisco CLI release 7.0.116.0. The controllers currently covered are as follows:

Cisco 2100, 4400, and 5500 Series Wireless LAN Controllers

Cisco Wireless Services Modules (WiSMs)

Cisco wireless LAN controller Network Modules

Catalyst 3750G Integrated Wireless LAN Controller Switches

This chapter contains the following sections:

Show Commands for Viewing the Configuration

Configuring Controller Settings

Saving Configurations

Clearing Configurations, Logfiles, and Other Actions

Uploading and Downloading Files and Configurations

Installing and Modifying Licenses

Troubleshooting Commands

Show Commands for Viewing the Configuration

To display Cisco wireless LAN controller options and settings, use the show commands.

Show Advanced 802.11 Commands

Show Access Point Commands

Show Client Commands

Show Media-Stream Commands

Show Mesh Commands

Show Mobility Commands

Show RADIUS Commands

Show Radio Frequency ID Commands

Show Rogue Commands

Show TACACS Commands

Show WPS Commands

Show 802.11 Commands

Use the show 802.11 commands to display more detailed 802.11a, 802.11b/g, or other supported 802.11 network settings.

show 802.11{a | b | h}

show 802.11{a | b | h} cleanair config

show 802.11{a | b | h} cleanair air-quality summary

show 802.11{a | b | h} cleanair air-quality worst

show 802.11{a | b | h} cleanair device ap cisco_ap

show 802.11{a | b | h} cleanair device type device_type

show 802.11{a | b} cu-metrics cisco_ap

show 802.11{a | b | h} cleanair config

show 802.11

To display basic 802.11a, 802.11b/g, or 802.11h network settings, use the show 802.11 command.

show 802.11{a | b | h}

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

h

Specifies the 802.11h network.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows to display basic 802.11a network settings:

> show 802.11 a
 
   
802.11a Network.................................. Enabled
11nSupport....................................... Enabled
      802.11a Low Band........................... Enabled
      802.11a Mid Band........................... Enabled
      802.11a High Band.......................... Enabled
802.11a Operational Rates
    802.11a 6M Rate.............................. Mandatory
    802.11a 9M Rate.............................. Supported
    802.11a 12M Rate............................. Mandatory
    802.11a 18M Rate............................. Supported
    802.11a 24M Rate............................. Mandatory
    802.11a 36M Rate............................. Supported
    802.11a 48M Rate............................. Supported
    802.11a 54M Rate............................. Supported
802.11n MCS Settings:
    MCS 0........................................ Supported
    MCS 1........................................ Supported
    MCS 2........................................ Supported
    MCS 3........................................ Supported
    MCS 4........................................ Supported
    MCS 5........................................ Supported
 
   
--More-- or (q)uit
    MCS 6........................................ Supported
    MCS 7........................................ Supported
    MCS 8........................................ Supported
    MCS 9........................................ Supported
    MCS 10....................................... Supported
    MCS 11....................................... Supported
    MCS 12....................................... Supported
    MCS 13....................................... Supported
    MCS 14....................................... Supported
    MCS 15....................................... Supported
802.11n Status:
    A-MPDU Tx:
        Priority 0............................... Enabled
        Priority 1............................... Disabled
        Priority 2............................... Disabled
        Priority 3............................... Disabled
        Priority 4............................... Disabled
        Priority 5............................... Disabled
        Priority 6............................... Disabled
        Priority 7............................... Disabled
Beacon Interval.................................. 100
CF Pollable mandatory............................ Disabled
CF Poll Request mandatory........................ Disabled
 
   
--More-- or (q)uit
CFP Period....................................... 4
CFP Maximum Duration............................. 60
Default Channel.................................. 36
Default Tx Power Level........................... 0
DTPC Status..................................... Enabled
Fragmentation Threshold.......................... 2346
TI Threshold..................................... -50
Legacy Tx Beamforming setting.................... Disabled
Traffic Stream Metrics Status.................... Enabled
Expedited BW Request Status...................... Disabled
World Mode....................................... Enabled
EDCA profile type................................ default-wmm
Voice MAC optimization status.................... Disabled
Call Admission Control (CAC) configuration
Voice AC:
   Voice AC - Admission control (ACM)............ Disabled
   Voice max RF bandwidth........................ 75
   Voice reserved roaming bandwidth.............. 6
   Voice load-based CAC mode..................... Disabled
   Voice tspec inactivity timeout................ Disabled
   Voice Stream-Size............................. 84000
   Voice Max-Streams............................. 2
Video AC:
 
   
--More-- or (q)uit
   Video AC - Admission control (ACM)............ Disabled
   Video max RF bandwidth........................ Infinite
   Video reserved roaming bandwidth.............. 0
 
   

This example shows how to display basic 802.11h network settings:

> show 802.11h
 
   
802.11h ......................................... powerconstraint : 0
802.11h ......................................... channelswitch : Disable
802.11h ......................................... channelswitch mode : 0

Related Commands

show ap stats
show ap summary
show client summary
show interface
show network
show network summary
show port
show wlan

show 802.11 cleanair

To display the multicast-direct configuration state, use the show 802.11 cleanair command.

show 802.11{a | b | h} cleanair config

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

h

Specifies the 802.11h network.

config

Displays the network cleanair configuration.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the 802.11a cleanair configuration:

> show 802.11a cleanair config
 
   
Clean Air Solution............................... Enabled
Air Quality Settings:
    Air Quality Reporting........................ Enabled
    Air Quality Reporting Period (min)........... 15
    Air Quality Alarms........................... Enabled
    Air Quality Alarm Threshold.................. 35 Interference Device Settings:
    Interference Device Reporting................ Enabled
    Interference Device Types:
        TDD Transmitter.......................... Disabled
        Jammer................................... Disabled
        Continuous Transmitter................... Disabled
        DECT-like Phone.......................... Disabled
        Video Camera............................. Disabled
        WiFi Inverted............................ Disabled
        WiFi Invalid Channel..................... Disabled
        SuperAG.................................. Disabled
        Radar.................................... Disabled
        Canopy................................... Disabled
        WiMax Mobile............................. Disabled
        WiMax Fixed.............................. Disabled
 
   
Interference Device Alarms................... Enabled
    Interference Device Types Triggering Alarms:
        TDD Transmitter.......................... Disabled
        Jammer................................... Disabled
        Continuous Transmitter................... Disabled
        DECT-like Phone.......................... Disabled
        Video Camera............................. Disabled
        WiFi Inverted............................ Disabled
        WiFi Invalid Channel..................... Disabled
        SuperAG.................................. Disabled
        Radar.................................... Disabled
        Canopy................................... Disabled
        WiMax Mobile............................. Disabled
        WiMax Fixed.............................. Disabled Additional Clean Air Settings:
    CleanAir Event-driven RRM State.............. Enabled
    CleanAir Driven RRM Sensitivity.............. Medium
    CleanAir Persistent Devices state............ Disabled

Related Commands

config 802.11 cleanair alarm
config 802.11 cleanair device
show 802.11 cleanair air-quality summary
show 802.11 cleanair device ap
show 802.11 cleanair device type

show 802.11 cleanair air-quality summary

To display the air quality summary information for the 802.11 networks, use the
show 802.11 cleanair air-quality summary command.

show 802.11{a | b | h} cleanair air-quality summary

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

h

Specifies the 802.11h network.

summary

Displays a summary of 802.11 radio band air quality information.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of the air quality information for the 802.11a network:

> show 802.11a cleanair air-quality summary
 
   
AQ = Air Quality
DFS = Dynamic Frequency Selection
 
   
AP Name            Channel 	Avg AQ 	Min AQ 	Interferers 	DFS
------------------ ------- 	------ 	------ 	----------- 	---
CISCO_AP3500			 	 	36			95	 70			0
CISCO_AP3500					40			93	 75			0
 
   

Related Commands

config 802.11 cleanair alarm
config 802.11 cleanair device
show 802.11 cleanair
show 802.11 cleanair device ap
show 802.11 cleanair device type

show 802.11 cleanair air-quality worst

To display the worst air quality information for the 802.11 networks, use the
show 802.11 cleanair air-quality worst command.

show 802.11{a | b | h} cleanair air-quality worst

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

h

Specifies the 802.11h network.

worst

Displays the worst air quality information for 802.11 networks.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display worst air quality information for the 802.11a network:

> show 802.11a cleanair air-quality worst
 
   
AQ = Air Quality
DFS = Dynamic Frequency Selection
 
   
AP Name            Channel 	Avg AQ 	Min AQ 	Interferers 	DFS
------------------ ------- 	------ 	------ 	----------- 	---
CISCO_AP3500			 	 	1			83	 57			3		 5
 
   

Related Commands

config 802.11 cleanair alarm
config 802.11 cleanair device
show 802.11 cleanair
show 802.11 cleanair device ap
show 802.11 cleanair device type

 
   

show 802.11 cleanair device ap

To display the information of the device access point on the 802.11 radio band, use the show 802.11 cleanair device ap command.

show 802.11{a | b | h} cleanair device ap cisco_ap

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

h

Specifies the 802.11h network.

cisco_ap

Specified access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the device access point for the 802.11a network:

> show 802.11a cleanair device ap AP_3500
 
   
DC = Duty Cycle (%)
ISI = Interference Severity Index (1-Low Interference, 100-High Interference)
RSSI  = Received Signal Strength Index (dBm)
DevID = Device ID
 
   
No  ClusterID          DevID  Type 	 	 	 	 	 	 AP Name 			 	 	 	 	 ISI  RSSI 	 DC   Channel
--- ------------------ ------ ---------- --------------- ---- ----- ---- -------------
1   c2:f7:40:00:00:03  0x8001 DECT phone 	CISCO_AP3500 	1    -43 	 	 3 	 	 			149,153,157,161
2   c2:f7:40:00:00:51  0x8002 Radar		 	 	 	 		 	 CISCO_AP3500 	1    -81 		 		 2 	 	 153,157,161,165
3   c2:f7:40:00:00:03  0x8005 Canopy	 	 	 	 	 CISCO_AP3500 	2    -62	 	 	 2 	 	 153,157,161,165

Related Commands

config 802.11 cleanair alarm
config 802.11 cleanair device
show 802.11 cleanair
show 802.11 cleanair air-quality summary
show 802.11 cleanair device type

show 802.11 cleanair device type

To display the information of all the interferers device type detected by a specific access point on the 802.11 radio band, use the show 802.11 cleanair device type command.

show 802.11{a | b | h} cleanair device type device_type

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

h

Specifies the 802.11h network.

device_type

Interferer device type for a specified radio band. The device type is one of the following:

tdd-tx—Tdd-transmitter device information.

jammer—Jammer device information.

cont-tx—Continuous-transmitter devices information.

dect-like—Dect-like phone devices information.

video—Video devices information.

802.11-inv—WiFi inverted devices information.

802.11-nonstd—Nonstandard WiFi devices information.

superag—Superag devices information.

canopy—Canopy devices information.

wimax-mobile—WiMax mobile devices information.

wimax-fixed—WiMax fixed devices information.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the information of all the interferers detected by a specified access point for the 802.11a network:

> show 802.11a cleanair device type Canopy
 
   
DC = Duty Cycle (%)
ISI = Interference Severity Index (1-Low Interference, 100-High Interference)
RSSI  = Received Signal Strength Index (dBm)
DevID = Device ID
 
   
No  ClusterID          DevID  Type 	 	 	 	 	 	 AP Name 			 	 	 	 	 ISI  RSSI 	 DC   Channel
--- ------------------ ------ ---------- --------------- ---- ----- ---- -------------
1c2:f7:40:00:00:03  0x8005 Canopy	 	 	 	 	 CISCO_AP3500 	2    -62	 	 	 2 	 	 153,157,161,165
 
   

show 802.11 cu-metrics

To display access point channel utilization metrics, use the show 802.11 cu-metrics command.

show 802.11{a | b} cu-metrics cisco_ap

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

cisco_ap

Access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display AP channel utilization metrics of the AP myAP1:

> show 802.11a cu-metrics myAP1
 
   
AP Interface Mac:           30:37:a6:c8:8a:50
Measurement Duration:       90sec
 
   
 Timestamp               Thu Jan 27 09:08:48 2011
 
   
   Channel Utilization stats
   ================
     Picc (50th Percentile)...................... 0
     Pib (50th Percentile)....................... 76
     Picc (90th Percentile)...................... 0
     Pib (90th Percentile)....................... 77
 
   
 Timestamp               Thu Jan 27 09:34:34 2011
 
   

show 802.11 media-stream

To display the multicast-direct configuration state, use the show 802.11 media-stream command.

show 802.11{a | b | h} media-stream media-stream name

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

h

Specifies the 802.11h network.

media_stream_name

Specified media stream name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the media-stream configuration:

> show 802.11a media-stream rrc
 
   
Multicast-direct................................. Enabled
Best Effort...................................... Disabled
Video Re-Direct.................................. Enabled
Max Allowed Streams Per Radio.................... Auto
Max Allowed Streams Per Client................... Auto
Max Video Bandwidth.............................. 0
Max Voice Bandwidth.............................. 75
Max Media Bandwidth.............................. 85
Min PHY Rate..................................... 6000
Max Retry Percentage............................. 80

Related Commands

Show Mesh Commands
show media-stream group summary

show aaa auth

To display the configuration settings for the AAA authentication server database, use the show aaa auth command.

show aaa auth

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the configuration settings for the AAA authentication server database:

> show aaa auth
 
   
Management authentication server order:
    1............................................ local
    2............................................ tacacs

Related Commands

config aaa auth
config aaa auth mgmt

show acl

To display the access control lists (ACLs) that are configured on the controller, use the show acl command.

show acl {summary | detailed acl_name}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays a summary of all ACLs configured on the controller.

detailed

Displays detailed information about a specific ACL.

acl_name

ACL name. The name can be up to 32 alphanumeric characters.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of the access control lists:

> show acl summary
 
   
ACL Counter Status         Enabled
-------------------------------------
ACL Name                   Applied
------------------------- -----------
acl1                         Yes
acl2                         Yes
acl3                         Yes
 
   

This example shows how to display the detailed information of the access control lists:

> show acl detailed acl_name
 
   
      Source             Destination        Source Port Dest Port
I Dir IP Address/Netmask IP Address/Netmask Prot   Range    Range     DSCP Action Counter
- --- ------------------ ------------------ ---- --------- --------- ----- ------ -------
1 Any 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0    0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0    Any  0-65535   0-65535    0    Deny         0
2 In  0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0    200.200.200.0/     6      80-80   0-65535    Any  Permit       0
                         255.255.255.0
DenyCounter :     0
 
   

Note The Counter field increments each time a packet matches an ACL rule, and the DenyCounter field increments each time a packet does not match any of the rules.


 
   

Related Commands

clear acl counters
config acl apply
config acl counter
config acl cpu
config acl create
config acl delete

config interface acl
config acl rule
show acl cpu

show acl cpu

To display the access control lists (ACLs) configured on the central processing unit (CPU), use the show acl cpu command.

show acl cpu

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the access control lists on the CPU:

> show acl cpu
CPU Acl Name................................
Wireless Traffic............................ Disabled
Wired Traffic............................... Disabled
Applied to NPU.............................. No

Related Commands

clear acl counters
config acl apply
config acl counter
config acl cpu
config acl create
config acl delete
config acl rule
config interface acl
show acl

Show Advanced 802.11 Commands

Use the show advanced 802.11 commands to display more detailed or advanced 802.11a, 802.11b/g, or other supported 802.11 network settings.

show advanced 802.11 channel

To display the automatic channel assignment configuration and statistics, use the show advanced 802.11 channel command.

show advanced 802.11{a | b} channel

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the automatic channel assignment configuration and statistics:

> show advanced 802.11a channel
 
   
Automatic Channel Assignment
  Channel Assignment Mode........................ AUTO
  Channel Update Interval........................ 600 seconds [startup]
  Anchor time (Hour of the day).................. 0
  Channel Update Contribution.................... SNI.
  Channel Assignment Leader...................... 00:1a:6d:dd:1e:40
  Last Run....................................... 129 seconds ago
 
   
  DCA Sensitivity Level: ...................... STARTUP (5 dB)
  Channel Energy Levels
    Minimum...................................... unknown
    Average...................................... unknown
    Maximum...................................... unknown
  Channel Dwell Times
    Minimum...................................... unknown
    Average...................................... unknown
    Maximum...................................... unknown
  Auto-RF Allowed Channel List................... 36,40,44,48,52,56,60,64,149,
    ............................................. 153,157,161
  Auto-RF Unused Channel List.................... 100,104,108,112,116,132,136,
    ............................................. 140,165,190,196
 
   
  DCA Outdoor AP option.......................... Enabled
 
   

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11 channel add
config advanced 802.11 channel cleanair-event
config advanced 802.11 channel dca anchor-time
config advanced 802.11 channel dca chan-width-11n
config advanced 802.11 channel dca interval
config advanced 802.11 channel dca sensitivity
config advanced 802.11 channel foreign
config advanced 802.11 channel load
config advanced 802.11 channel noise
config advanced 802.11 channel update
show advanced 802.11 channel

show advanced 802.11 coverage

To display the configuration and statistics for coverage hole detection, use the show advanced 802.11 coverage command.

show advanced 802.11{a | b} coverage

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the statistics for coverage hole detection:

> show advanced 802.11a coverage
 
   
Coverage Hole Detection
  802.11a Coverage Hole Detection Mode........... Enabled
  802.11a Coverage Voice Packet Count............ 100 packets
  802.11a Coverage Voice Packet Percentage....... 50%
  802.11a Coverage Voice RSSI Threshold.......... -80 dBm
  802.11a Coverage Data Packet Count............. 50 packets
  802.11a Coverage Data Packet Percentage........ 50%
  802.11a Coverage Data RSSI Threshold........... -80 dBm
  802.11a Global coverage exception level........ 25 %
  802.11a Global client minimum exception lev.... 3 clients

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11 coverage
config advanced 802.11 coverage exception global
config advanced 802.11 coverage fail-rate
config advanced 802.11 coverage level global
config advanced 802.11 coverage packet-count
config advanced 802.11 coverage rssi-threshold
show advanced 802.11 coverage

show advanced 802.11 group

To display 802.11a or 802.11b Cisco radio RF grouping, use the show advanced 802.11 group command.

show advanced 802.11{a | b} group

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display Cisco radio RF group settings:

> show advanced 802.11a group
 
   
Radio RF Grouping
  802.11a Group Mode................................... AUTO
  802.11a Group Update Interval........................ 600 seconds
  802.11a Group Leader................................. xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
    802.11a Group Member............................... xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
  802.11a Last Run..................................... 133 seconds ago

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11 group-mode

show advanced 802.11 l2roam

To display 802.11a or 802.11b/g Layer 2 client roaming information, use the show advanced 802.11 l2roam command.

show advanced 802.11{a | b} l2roam {rf-param | statistics mac_address}

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

rf-param

Specifies the Layer 2 frequency parameters.

statistics

Specifies the Layer 2 client roaming statistics.

mac_address

MAC address of the client.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display 802.11b Layer 2 client roaming information, enter this command:

> show advanced 802.11b l2roam rf-param
 
L2Roam 802.11bg RF Parameters.....................
    Config Mode.................................. Default
    Minimum RSSI................................. -85
    Roam Hysteresis.............................. 2
    Scan Threshold............................... -72
    Transition time.............................. 5

Related Commands

config 802.11 l2roam rf-params

show advanced 802.11 logging

To display 802.11a or 802.11b RF event and performance logging, use the show advanced 802.11 logging command.

show advanced 802.11{a | b} logging

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display 802.11b RF event and performance logging:

> show advanced 802.11b logging
 
   
RF Event and Performance Logging
  Channel Update Logging......................... Off
  Coverage Profile Logging....................... Off
  Foreign Profile Logging........................ Off
  Load Profile Logging........................... Off
  Noise Profile Logging.......................... Off
  Performance Profile Logging.................... Off
  TxPower Update Logging......................... Off

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11 logging channel
config advanced 802.11 logging coverage
config advanced 802.11 logging foreign
config advanced 802.11 logging load
config advanced 802.11 logging noise
config advanced 802.11 logging performance
config advanced 802.11 logging txpower
show advanced 802.11 channel

show advanced 802.11 monitor

To display the 802.11a or 802.11b default Cisco radio monitoring, use the show advanced 802.11 monitor command.

show advanced 802.11{a | b} monitor

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the radio monitoring for the 802.11b network:

> show advanced 802.11b monitor
 
   
Default 802.11b AP monitoring
  802.11b Monitor Mode........................... enable
  802.11b Monitor Channels....................... Country channels
  802.11b RRM Neighbor Discovery Type............ Transparent
  802.11b AP Coverage Interval................... 180 seconds
  802.11b AP Load Interval....................... 60 seconds
  802.11b AP Noise Interval...................... 180 seconds
  802.11b AP Signal Strength Interval............ 60 seconds

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11 monitor load
config advanced 802.11 monitor mode
config advanced 802.11 monitor noise
config advanced 802.11 monitor signal

show advanced 802.11 profile

To display the 802.11a or 802.11b lightweight access point performance profiles, use the show advanced 802.11 profile command.

show advanced 802.11{a | b} profile {global | cisco_ap}

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

global

Specifies all Cisco lightweight access points.

cisco_ap

Name of a specific Cisco lightweight access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the global configuration and statistics of an 802.11a profile:

> show advanced 802.11a profile global
 
   
Default 802.11a AP performance profiles
  802.11a Global Interference threshold.............. 10%
  802.11a Global noise threshold..................... -70 dBm
  802.11a Global RF utilization threshold............ 80%
  802.11a Global throughput threshold................ 1000000 bps
  802.11a Global clients threshold................... 12 clients
 
   

This example shows how to display the configuration and statistics of a specific access point profile:

> show advanced 802.11a profile AP1
 
   
Cisco AP performance profile not customized
 
   

This response indicates that the performance profile for this lightweight access point is using the global defaults and has not been individually configured.

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11 profile clients
config advanced 802.11 profile customize
config advanced 802.11 profile foreign
config advanced 802.11 profile noise

show advanced 802.11 receiver

To display the configuration and statistics of the 802.11a or 802.11b receiver, use the show advanced 802.11 receiver command.

show advanced 802.11{a | b} receiver

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the configuration and statistics of the 802.11a network settings:

> show advanced 802.11a receiver
 
   
802.11a Receiver Settings
  RxStart   : Signal Threshold........................... 15
  RxStart   : Signal Lamp Threshold...................... 5
  RxStart   : Preamble Power Threshold................... 2
  RxReStart : Signal Jump Status......................... Enabled
  RxReStart : Signal Jump Threshold...................... 10
  TxStomp : Low RSSI Status.............................. Enabled
  TxStomp : Low RSSI Threshold........................... 30
  TxStomp : Wrong BSSID Status........................... Enabled
  TxStomp : Wrong BSSID Data Only Status................. Enabled
  RxAbort : Raw Power Drop Status........................ Disabled
  RxAbort : Raw Power Drop Threshold..................... 10
  RxAbort : Low RSSI Status.............................. Disabled
  RxAbort : Low RSSI Threshold........................... 0
  RxAbort : Wrong BSSID Status........................... Disabled
  RxAbort : Wrong BSSID Data Only Status................. Disabled

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11 profile clients

show advanced 802.11 summary

To display the 802.11a or 802.11b Cisco lightweight access point name, channel, and transmit level summary, use the show advanced 802.11 summary command.

show advanced 802.11{a | b} summary

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of the 802.11b access point settings:

> show advanced 802.11b summary
 
   
AP Name      MAC Address        Admin State  Operation State   Channel TxPower
------------ ------------------ ------------ ----------------- ------- --------
CJ-1240      00:21:1b:ea:36:60    ENABLED          UP           161      1( )
CJ-1130      00:1f:ca:cf:b6:60    ENABLED          UP           56*      1(*)
 
   

Note An asterisk (*) next to a channel number or power level indicates that it is being controlled by the global algorithm settings.


Related Commands

config advanced 802.11 7920VSIEConfig
config advanced 802.11 channel add
show advanced 802.11 channel

show advanced 802.11 txpower

To display the 802.11a or 802.11b automatic transmit power assignment, use the show advanced 802.11 txpower command.

show advanced 802.11{a | b} txpower

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the configuration and statistics of the 802.11b transmit power cost:

> show advanced 802.11b txpower
 
   
Automatic Transmit Power Assignment
  Transmit Power Assignment Mode.................. AUTO
  Transmit Power Update Interval.................. 600 seconds
  Transmit Power Threshold........................ -65 dBm
  Transmit Power Neighbor Count................... 3 APs
  Transmit Power Update Contribution.............. SN.
  Transmit Power Assignment Leader................ xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
  Last Run........................................ 384 seconds ago
 
   

Related Commands

config advanced 802.11 txpower-update

show advanced backup-controller

To display a list of primary and secondary backup controllers, use the show advanced backup-controller command.

show advanced backup-controller

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the backup controller information:

> show advanced backup-controller
 
   
AP primary Backup Controller ....................  controller 10.10.10.10
AP secondary Backup Controller ..................  0.0.0.0
 
   

Related Commands

config advanced backup-controller primary
config advanced backup-controller secondary

show advanced client-handoff

To display the number of automatic client handoffs after retries, use the show advanced client-handoff command.

show advanced client-handoff

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the client auto handoff mode after excessive retries:

> show advanced client-handoff
 
   
Client auto handoff after retries................  130
 
   

Related Commands

config advanced client-handoff
show advanced 802.11 summary

show advanced dot11-padding

To display the state of over-the-air frame padding on a wireless LAN controller, use the show advanced dot11-padding command.

show advanced dot11-padding

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to view the state of over-the-air frame padding:

> show advanced dot11-padding
 
   
dot11-padding.................................... Disabled
 
   

Related Commands

config advanced dot11-padding
debug dot11
debug dot11 mgmt interface
debug dot11 mgmt msg
debug dot11 mgmt ssid
debug dot11 mgmt state-machine
debug dot11 mgmt station

show advanced eap

To display Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) settings, use the show advanced eap command.

show advanced eap

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the EAP settings:

> show advanced eap
 
   
EAP-Identity-Request Timeout (seconds)........... 1
EAP-Identity-Request Max Retries................. 20
EAP Key-Index for Dynamic WEP.................... 0
EAP Max-Login Ignore Identity Response........... enable
EAP-Request Timeout (seconds).................... 1
EAP-Request Max Retries.......................... 20
EAPOL-Key Timeout (milliseconds)................. 1000
EAPOL-Key Max Retries............................ 2
 
   

Related Commands

config advanced eap
config advanced timers eap-identity-request-delay
config advanced timers eap-timeout

show advanced max-1x-sessions

To display the maximum number of simultaneous 802.1X sessions allowed per access point, use the show advanced max-1x-sessions command.

show advanced max-1x-sessions

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the maximum 802.1X sessions per access point:

> show advanced max-1x-sessions
 
   
Max 802.1x session per AP at a given time........ 0
 
   

Related Commands

show advanced statistics

show advanced probe

To display the number of probes sent to the WLAN controller per access point per client and the probe interval in milliseconds, use the show advanced probe command.

show advanced probe

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the probe settings for the WLAN controller:

> show advanced probe
 
   
Probe request filtering.......................... Enabled 
Probes fwd to controller per client per radio.... 12 
Probe request rate-limiting interval............. 100 msec
 
   

Related Commands

config advanced probe filter
config advanced probe limit

show advanced rate

To display whether control path rate limiting is enabled or disabled, use the show advanced rate command.

show advanced rate

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the switch control path rate limiting mode:

> show advanced rate
 
   
Control Path Rate Limiting.......................  Disabled
 
   

Related Commands

config advanced rate
config advanced eap

show advanced send-disassoc-on-handoff

To display whether the WLAN controller disassociates clients after a handoff, use the show advanced send-disassoc-on-handoff command.

show advanced send-disassoc-on-handoff

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the disassociated clients after a handoff:

> show advanced send-disassoc-on-handoff
 
   
Send Disassociate on Handoff..................... Disabled
 
   

show advanced sip-preferred-call-no

To display the list of preferred call numbers, use the show advanced sip-preferred-call-no command.

show advanced sip-preferred-call-no

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the list of preferred call numbers:

> show advanced sip-preferred-call-no
 
   
Preferred Call Numbers List
 
   
Call Index            Preferred Call No
-----------           ------------------
1                      911
2                      100
3                      101
4                      102
5                      103
6                      104


show advanced statistics

To display whether or not the Cisco wireless LAN controller port statistics are enabled or disabled, use the show advanced statistics command.

show advanced statistics

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display switch port statistics mode:

> show advanced statistics
 
   
Switch port statistics...........................  Enabled
 
   

Related Commands

config advanced statistics


show advanced timers

To display the mobility anchor, authentication response, and rogue access point entry timers, use the show advanced timers command.

show advanced timers

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

The defaults are shown in the "Examples" section.

Examples

This example shows how to display the system timers setting:

> show advanced timers
 
   
Authentication Response Timeout (seconds)........ 10
Rogue Entry Timeout (seconds).................... 1200
AP Heart Beat Timeout (seconds).................. 30
AP Discovery Timeout (seconds)................... 10
AP Local mode Fast Heartbeat (seconds)........... disable
AP Hreap mode Fast Heartbeat (seconds)........... disable
AP Primary Discovery Timeout (seconds)........... 120
 
   

Related Commands

config advanced timers ap-discovery-timeout
config advanced timers ap-fast-heartbeat
config advanced timers ap-heartbeat-timeout
config advanced timers ap-primary-discovery-timeout
config advanced timers auth-timeout
config advanced timers eap-identity-request-delay
config advanced timers eap-timeout

Show Access Point Commands

Use the show ap commands to show access point settings.

show ap auto-rf

To display the auto-RF settings for a Cisco lightweight access point, use the show ap auto-rf command.

show ap auto-rf 802.11{a | b} cisco_ap

Syntax Description

a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

cisco_ap

Cisco lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display auto-RF information for an access point:

> show ap auto-rf 802.11a AP1
 
   
Number Of Slots.................................. 2
AP Name.......................................... AP03
MAC Address...................................... 00:0b:85:01:18:b7
  Radio Type..................................... RADIO_TYPE_80211a
  Noise Information
    Noise Profile................................ PASSED
    Channel 36...................................  -88 dBm
    Channel 40...................................  -86 dBm
    Channel 44...................................  -87 dBm
    Channel 48...................................  -85 dBm
    Channel 52...................................  -84 dBm
    Channel 56...................................  -83 dBm
    Channel 60...................................  -84 dBm
    Channel 64...................................  -85 dBm
  Interference Information
    Interference Profile......................... PASSED
    Channel 36...................................  -66 dBm @  1% busy
    Channel 40................................... -128 dBm @  0% busy
    Channel 44................................... -128 dBm @  0% busy
    Channel 48................................... -128 dBm @  0% busy
    Channel 52................................... -128 dBm @  0% busy
    Channel 56...................................  -73 dBm @  1% busy
    Channel 60...................................  -55 dBm @  1% busy
    Channel 64...................................  -69 dBm @  1% busy
  Rogue Histogram (20/40_ABOVE/40_BELOW)
    Channel 36................................... 16/ 0/ 0
    Channel 40................................... 28/ 0/ 0
    Channel 44...................................  9/ 0/ 0
    Channel 48...................................  9/ 0/ 0
    Channel 52...................................  3/ 0/ 0
    Channel 56...................................  4/ 0/ 0
    Channel 60...................................  7/ 1/ 0
    Channel 64...................................  2/ 0/ 0
  Load Information
    Load Profile................................. PASSED
    Receive Utilization.......................... 0%
    Transmit Utilization......................... 0%
    Channel Utilization.......................... 1%
    Attached Clients............................. 1 clients
  Coverage Information
    Coverage Profile............................. PASSED
    Failed Clients............................... 0 clients
  Client Signal Strengths
    RSSI -100 dBm................................ 0 clients
    RSSI  -92 dBm................................ 0 clients
    RSSI  -84 dBm................................ 0 clients
    RSSI  -76 dBm................................ 0 clients
    RSSI  -68 dBm................................ 0 clients
    RSSI  -60 dBm................................ 0 clients
    RSSI  -52 dBm................................ 0 clients
  Client Signal To Noise Ratios
    SNR    0 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR    5 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR   10 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR   15 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR   20 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR   25 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR   30 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR   35 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR   40 dBm................................. 0 clients
    SNR   45 dBm................................. 0 clients
  Nearby RADs
    RAD 00:0b:85:01:05:08 slot 0.................  -46 dBm on 10.1.30.170
    RAD 00:0b:85:01:12:65 slot 0.................  -24 dBm on 10.1.30.170
  Channel Assignment Information
    Current Channel Average Energy...............  -86 dBm 
    Previous Channel Average Energy..............  -75 dBm 
    Channel Change Count.........................  109 
    Last Channel Change Time..................... Wed Sep 29 12:53e:34 2004
    Recommended Best Channel..................... 44 
  RF Parameter Recommendations
    Power Level.................................. 1
    RTS/CTS Threshold............................ 2347
    Fragmentation Threshold...................... 2346
    Antenna Pattern.............................. 0

show ap ccx rm

To display an access point's Cisco Client eXtensions (CCX) radio management status information, use the show ap ccx rm command.

show ap ccx rm ap_name status

Syntax Description

ap_name

Specified access point name.

status

Displays the CCX radio management status information for an access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the status of the CCX radio management:

> show ap ccx rm AP1240-21ac status
 
   
A Radio
Channel Load Request ..................... Disabled
Noise Histogram Request .................. Disabled
Beacon Request ........................... Disabled
Frame Request ............................ Disabled
Interval ................................. 60
Iteration ................................ 10
 
   
G Radio
Channel Load Request ..................... Disabled
Noise Histogram Request .................. Disabled
Beacon Request ........................... Disabled
Frame Request ............................ Disabled
Interval ................................. 60
Iteration ................................ 10
 
   

Related Commands

config ap
show ap ccx rm

show ap cdp

To display the Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) information for an access point, use the show ap cdp command.

show ap cdp {all | ap-name cisco_ap | neighbors {all | ap-name cisco_ap | detail cisco_ap}}

Syntax Description

all

Displays the CDP status on all access points.

ap-name

Displays the CDP status for a specified access point.

neighbors

Displays neighbors using CDP.

detail

Displays details about a specific access point neighbor using CDP.

cisco_ap

Specified access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the CDP status of all access points:

> show ap cdp all
 
   
AP CDP State
AP Name             AP CDP State
------------------  ----------
SB_RAP1              enable
SB_MAP1              enable
SB_MAP2              enable
SB_MAP3              enable
 
   

This example shows how to display the CDP status of a specified access point:

> show ap cdp ap-name SB_RAP1
 
   
AP CDP State
AP Name             AP CDP State
------------------  ----------
AP CDP State.......................Enabled
AP Interface-Based CDP state
	Ethernet 0.....................Enabled
	Slot 0.........................Enabled
	Slot 1.........................Enabled
 
   

This example shows how to display details about all neighbors using CDP:

> show ap cdp neighbors all
 
   
AP Name     AP IP            Neighbor Name       Neighbor IP      Neighbor Port
---------   ---------------  ------------------  --------------  -------------
SB_RAP1     192.168.102.154  sjc14-41a-sw1       192.168.102.2    GigabitEthernet1/0/13
SB_RAP1     192.168.102.154  SB_MAP1             192.168.102.137  Virtual-Dot11Radio0
SB_MAP1     192.168.102.137  SB_RAP1             192.168.102.154  Virtual-Dot11Radio0
SB_MAP1     192.168.102.137  SB_MAP2             192.168.102.138  Virtual-Dot11Radio0
SB_MAP2     192.168.102.138  SB_MAP1             192.168.102.137  Virtual-Dot11Radio1
SB_MAP2     192.168.102.138  SB_MAP3             192.168.102.139  Virtual-Dot11Radio0
SB_MAP3     192.168.102.139  SB_MAP2             192.168.102.138  Virtual-Dot11Radio1
 
   

This example shows how to display details about a specific neighbor with a specified access point using CDP:

 
   
> show ap cdp neighbors ap-name SB_MAP2
 
   
AP Name      AP IP            Neighbor Name    Neighbor IP      Neighbor Port
-----------  ---------------  ---------------  --------------  -------------
SB_MAP2      192.168.102.138  SB_MAP1          192.168.102.137  Virtual-Dot11Radio1
SB_MAP2      192.168.102.138  SB_MAP3          192.168.102.139  Virtual-Dot11Radio0
 
   

This example shows how to display details about neighbors using CDP:

> show ap cdp neighbors detail SB_MAP2
 
   
AP Name:SB_MAP2
AP IP address:192.168.102.138                             
-------------------------                         
Device ID: SB_MAP1                  
Entry address(es): 192.168.102.137                                  
Platform: cisco AIR-LAP1522AG-A-K9  ,  Cap                                         
Interface: Virtual-Dot11Radio0,  Port ID (outgoing port): Virtual-Dot11Radio1                                                                             
Holdtime : 180 sec                  
 
   
Version :
Cisco IOS Software, C1520 Software (C1520-K9W8-M), Experimental Version 12.4(200
81114:084420) [BLD-v124_18a_ja_throttle.20081114 208] Copyright (c) 1986-2008 by
 Cisco Systems, Inc. Compiled Fri 14-Nov-08 23:08 by
 
   
advertisement version: 2
 
   
-------------------------
Device ID: SB_MAP3
Entry address(es): 192.168.102.139
Platform: cisco AIR-LAP1522AG-A-K9  ,  Capabilities: Trans-Bridge
Interface: Virtual-Dot11Radio1,  Port ID (outgoing port): Virtual-Dot11Radio0
Holdtime : 180 sec
 
   
Version :
Cisco IOS Software, C1520 Software (C1520-K9W8-M), Experimental Version 12.4(200
81114:084420) [BLD-v124_18a_ja_throttle.20081114 208] Copyright (c) 1986-2008 by
 Cisco Systems, Inc. Compiled Fri 14-Nov-08 23:08 by
 
   
advertisement version: 2
 
   

Related Commands

config ap cdp
config cdp timer

show ap channel

To display the available channels for a specific mesh access point, use the show ap channel command.

show ap channel ap_name

Syntax Description

ap_name

Name of the mesh access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the available channels for a particular access point:

> show ap channel AP47
 
   
	802.11b/g Current Channel ...........1
Allowed Channel List.....................1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11
802.11a Current Channel .................161
Allowed Channel List.....................36,40,44,48,52,56,60,64,100,
.........................................104,108,112,116,132,136,140,
.........................................149,153,157,161
 
   

Related Commands

config 802.11-a channel ap
config 802.11h channelswitch
config 802.11h setchannel

show ap config

To display the detailed configuration for a lightweight access point, use the show ap config command.

show ap config {802.11{a | b} | general} cisco_ap

Syntax Description

802.11a

Specifies the 802.11a or 802.11b/g network.

802.11b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

general

Displays general access point settings.

cisco_ap

Lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the detailed configuration for an access point:

> show ap config 802.11a AP02
 
   
Cisco AP Identifier.............................. 0
Cisco AP Name.................................... AP02
AP Regulatory Domain............................. Unconfigured
Switch Port Number .............................. 1
MAC Address...................................... 00:0b:85:18:b6:50
IP Address Configuration......................... DHCP
IP Address....................................... 1.100.49.240
IP NetMask....................................... 255.255.255.0
Gateway IP Addr.................................. 1.100.49.1
Cisco AP Location................................ default-location
Cisco AP Group Name.............................. default-group
Primary Cisco Switch............................. Cisco_32:ab:63
Secondary Cisco Switch...........................
Tertiary Cisco Switch............................
Administrative State ............................ ADMIN_ENABLED
Operation State ................................. REGISTERED
Mirroring Mode .................................. Disabled
AP Mode ........................................... Sniffer
Public Safety ..................................... Global: Disabled, Local: Disabled
Sniffing .............................................. No
Remote AP Debug ................................. Disabled
S/W  Version .................................... 3.1.61.0
Boot  Version ................................... 1.2.59.6
Stats Re--More-- or (q)uit
porting Period .................................. 180
LED State........................................ Enabled
ILP Pre Standard Switch.......................... Disabled
ILP Power Injector............................... Disabled
Number Of Slots.................................. 2
AP Model......................................... AS-1200
AP Serial Number................................. 044110223A
AP Certificate Type.............................. Manufacture Installed
 
   
Attributes for Slot  0
    Radio Type................................... RADIO_TYPE_80211a
    Administrative State ........................ ADMIN_ENABLED
    Operation State ............................. UP
    CellId ...................................... 0
 
   
    Station Configuration
      Configuration ............................. AUTOMATIC
      Number Of WLANs ........................... 1
      Medium Occupancy Limit .................... 100
      CFP Period ................................ 4
      CFP MaxDuration ........................... 60
      BSSID ..................................... 00:0b:85:18:b6:50
    Operation Rate Set
        6000 Kilo Bits........................... MANDATORY
        9000 Kilo Bits........................... SUPPORTED
        12000 Kilo Bits.......................... MANDATORY
        18000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
        24000 Kilo Bits.......................... MANDATORY
        36000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
        48000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
        54000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
      Beacon Period ............................. 100
      DTIM Period ............................... 1
      Fragmentation Threshold ................... 2346
      Multi Domain Capability Implemented ....... TRUE
      Multi Domain Capability Enabled ........... TRUE
      Country String ............................ US
 
   
    Multi Domain Capability
      Configuration ............................. AUTOMATIC
      First Chan Num ............................ 36
      Number Of Channels ........................ 4
 
   
    MAC Operation Parameters
      Configuration ............................. AUTOMATIC
      RTS Threshold ............................. 2347
      Short Retry Limit ......................... 7
      Long Retry Limit .......................... 4
      Fragmentation Threshold ................... 2346
      Maximum Tx MSDU Life Time ................. 512
      Maximum Rx Life Time ...................... 512
 
   
    Tx Power
      Num Of Supported Power Levels ............. 5
      Tx Power Level 1 .......................... 18 dBm
      Tx Power Level 2 .......................... 15 dBm
      Tx Power Level 3........................... 12 dBm
      Tx Power Level 4 .......................... 9 dBm
      Tx Power Level 5 .......................... 6 dBm
      Tx Power Configuration .................... CUSTOMIZED
      Current Tx Power Level..................... 5
 
   
    Phy OFDM parameters
      Configuration ............................. AUTOMATIC
      Current Channel ........................... 36
      TI Threshold .............................. -50
      Legacy Tx Beamforming Configuration ....... CUSTOMIZED
      Legacy Tx Beamforming ..................... ENABLED
      Antenna Type............................... INTERNAL_ANTENNA
      Internal Antenna Gain (in .5 dBm units).... 11
      AntennaMode................................ ANTENNA_OMNI
 
   
    Performance Profile Parameters
      Configuration ............................. AUTOMATIC
      Interference threshold..................... 10%
      Noise threshold............................  -70 dBm
      RF utilization threshold................... 80%
      Data-rate threshold........................ 1000000 bps
      Client threshold........................... 12 clients
      Coverage SNR threshold..................... 16 dB
      Coverage exception level................... 25%
      Client minimum exception level............. 3 clients
    Rogue Containment Information
    Containment Count............................ 0
 
   

This example shows how to display the detailed configuration for another access point:

> show ap config 802.11b AP02
 
   
Cisco AP Identifier.............................. 0
Cisco AP Name.................................... AP02
AP Regulatory Domain............................. Unconfigured
Switch Port Number .............................. 1
MAC Address...................................... 00:0b:85:18:b6:50
IP Address Configuration......................... DHCP
IP Address....................................... 1.100.49.240
IP NetMask....................................... 255.255.255.0
Gateway IP Addr.................................. 1.100.49.1
Cisco AP Location................................ default-location
Cisco AP Group Name.............................. default-group
Primary Cisco Switch............................. Cisco_32:ab:63
Secondary Cisco Switch...........................
Tertiary Cisco Switch............................
Administrative State ............................ ADMIN_ENABLED
Operation State ................................. REGISTERED
Mirroring Mode .................................. Disabled
AP Mode ......................................... Local
Remote AP Debug ................................. Disabled
S/W  Version .................................... 3.1.61.0
Boot  Version ................................... 1.2.59.6
Stats Reporting Period .......................... 180
LED State........................................ Enabled
ILP Pre Standard Switch.......................... Disabled
ILP Power Injector............................... Disabled
Number Of Slots.................................. 2
AP Model......................................... AS-1200
AP Serial Number................................. 044110223A
AP Certificate Type.............................. Manufacture Installed
 
   
Attributes for Slot  1
    Radio Type................................... RADIO_TYPE_80211g
    Administrative State ........................ ADMIN_ENABLED
    Operation State ............................. UP
    CellId ...................................... 0
 
   
    Station Configuration
      Configuration ............................. AUTOMATIC
      Number Of WLANs ........................... 1
      Medium Occupancy Limit .................... 100
      CFP Period ................................ 4
      CFP MaxDuration ........................... 60
      BSSID ..................................... 00:0b:85:18:b6:50
      Operation Rate Set
        1000 Kilo Bits........................... MANDATORY
        2000 Kilo Bits........................... MANDATORY
        5500 Kilo Bits........................... MANDATORY
        11000 Kilo Bits.......................... MANDATORY
        6000 Kilo Bits........................... SUPPORTED
        9000 Kilo Bits........................... SUPPORTED
        12000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
        18000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
        24000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
        36000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
        48000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
        54000 Kilo Bits.......................... SUPPORTED
      Beacon Period ............................. 100
      DTIM Period ............................... 1
      Fragmentation Threshold ................... 2346
      Multi Domain Capability Implemented ....... TRUE
      Multi Domain Capability Enabled ........... TRUE
      Country String ............................ US
 
   
    Multi Domain Capability
      Configuration ............................. AUTOMATIC
      First Chan Num ............................ 1
      Number Of Channels ........................ 11
 
   
    MAC Operation Parameters
      Configuration ............................. AUTOMATIC
      RTS Threshold ............................. 2347
      Short Retry Limit ......................... 7
      Long Retry Limit .......................... 4
      Fragmentation Threshold ................... 2346
      Maximum Tx MSDU Life Time ................. 512
      Maximum Rx Life Time....................... 512
 
   
    Tx Power
      Num Of Supported Power Levels.............. 5
      Tx Power Level 1 .......................... 17 dBm
      Tx Power Level 2........................... 14 dBm
      Tx Power Level 3........................... 11 dBm
      Tx Power Level 4........................... 8 dBm
      Tx Power Level 5........................... 5 dBm
      Tx Power Configuration..................... CUSTOMIZED
      Current Tx Power Level..................... 5
 
   
    Phy OFDM parameters
      Configuration.............................. CUSTOMIZED
      Current Channel............................ 1
      TI Threshold............................... -50
      Legacy Tx Beamforming Configuration ....... CUSTOMIZED
      Legacy Tx Beamforming ..................... ENABLED
      Antenna Type............................... INTERNAL_ANTENNA
      Internal Antenna Gain (in5 dBm units)...... 11
      Diversity.................................. DIVERSITY_ENABLED
 
   
    Performance Profile Parameters
      Configuration.............................. AUTOMATIC
      Interference threshold..................... 10%
      Noise threshold............................  -70 dBm
      RF utilization threshold................... 80%
      Data-rate threshold........................ 1000000 bps
      Client threshold........................... 12 clients
      Coverage SNR threshold..................... 12 dB
      Coverage exception level................... 25%
      Client minimum exception level............. 3 clients
    Rogue Containment Information
    Containment Count............................ 0
 
   

This example shows how to display the general configuration of a Cisco access point:

> show ap config general cisco-ap
 
   
Cisco AP Identifier.............................. 9
Cisco AP Name.................................... cisco-ap
Country code..................................... US - United States
Regulatory Domain allowed by Country............. 802.11bg:-A 802.11a:-A
AP Country code.................................. US - United States
AP Regulatory Domain............................. 802.11bg:-A 802.11a:-A
Switch Port Number .............................. 1
MAC Address...................................... 12:12:12:12:12:12
IP Address Configuration......................... DHCP
IP Address....................................... 10.10.10.21
IP NetMask....................................... 255.255.255.0
CAPWAP Path MTU.................................. 1485
Domain...........................................
Name Server......................................
Telnet State..................................... Disabled
Ssh State........................................ Disabled
Cisco AP Location................................ default location
Cisco AP Group Name.............................. default-group
Primary Cisco Switch Name........................ 4404
Primary Cisco Switch IP Address.................. 10.10.10.32
Secondary Cisco Switch Name......................
Secondary Cisco Switch IP Address................ Not Configured
Tertiary Cisco Switch Name....................... 4404
Tertiary Cisco Switch IP Address................. 3.3.3.3
Administrative State ............................ ADMIN_ENABLED
Operation State ................................. REGISTERED
Mirroring Mode .................................. Disabled
AP Mode ......................................... Local
Public Safety ................................... Global: Disabled, Local: Disabled
AP subMode ...................................... WIPS
Remote AP Debug ................................. Disabled
S/W  Version .................................... 5.1.0.0
Boot  Version ................................... 12.4.10.0
Mini IOS Version ................................ 0.0.0.0
Stats Reporting Period .......................... 180
LED State........................................ Enabled
PoE Pre-Standard Switch.......................... Enabled
PoE Power Injector MAC Addr...................... Disabled
Power Type/Mode.................................. PoE/Low Power (degraded mode)
Number Of Slots.................................. 2
AP Model......................................... AIR-LAP1252AG-A-K9
IOS Version...................................... 12.4(10:0)
Reset Button..................................... Enabled
AP Serial Number................................. serial_number
AP Certificate Type.............................. Manufacture Installed
Management Frame Protection Validation........... Enabled (Global MFP Disabled)
AP User Mode..................................... CUSTOMIZED
AP username..................................... maria
AP Dot1x User Mode............................... Not Configured
AP Dot1x username............................... Not Configured
Cisco AP system logging host..................... 255.255.255.255
AP Up Time....................................... 4 days, 06 h 17 m 22 s
AP LWAPP Up Time................................. 4 days, 06 h 15 m 00 s
Join Date and Time............................... Mon Mar 3 06:19:47 2008
 
   
Ethernet Port Duplex............................. Auto
Ethernet Port Speed.............................. Auto
AP Link Latency.................................. Enabled
 Current Delay................................... 0 ms
 Maximum Delay................................... 240 ms
 Minimum Delay................................... 0 ms
 Last updated (based on AP Up Time).............. 4 days, 06 h 17 m 20 s
Rogue Detection.................................. Enabled
AP TCP MSS Adjust................................ Disabled
Mesh preferred parent............................ 00:24:13:0f:92:00
 
   

Related Commands

config ap
show ap config global

show ap config global

To display the global syslog server settings for all access points that join the controller, use the show ap config global command.

show ap config global

Syntax Description

The command has no arguments and keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display global syslog server settings:

> show ap config global
 
   
AP global system logging host.............................. 255.255.255.255
 
   

Related Commands

config ap
show ap config


show ap core-dump

To display the memory core dump information for a lightweight access point, use the show ap core-dump command.

show ap core-dump cisco_ap

Syntax Description

cisco_ap

Cisco lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display memory core dump information:

> show ap core-dump AP02
 
   
Memory core dump is disabled.
 
   

Related Commands

config ap core-dump
show ap crash-file


show ap crash-file

To display the list of both crash and radio core dump files generated by lightweight access points, use the show ap crash-file command.

show ap crash-file

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the crash file generated by the access point:

> show ap crash-file
 
   

Related Commands

config ap crash-file clear-all
config ap crash-file delete
config ap crash-file get-crash-file
config ap crash-file get-radio-core-dump

show ap data-plane

To display the data plane status for all access points or a specific access point, use the show ap data-plane command.

show ap data-plane {all | cisco_ap}

Syntax Description

all

Specifies all Cisco lightweight access points.

cisco_ap

Name of a Cisco lightweight access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the data plane status of all access points:

> show ap data-plane all
 
   
Min Data          Data          Max Data     Last
AP Name               Round Trip      Round Trip      Round Trip    Update
------------------  --------------  --------------  --------------  ------
1130                       0.000s          0.000s       0.002s     18:51:23
1240                       0.000s          0.000s       0.000s     18:50:45
 
   

show ap eventlog

To display the contents of the event log file for an access point that is joined to the controller, use the show ap eventlog command.

show ap eventlog ap_name

Syntax Description

ap_name

Event log for the specified access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the event log of an access point:

> show ap eventlog CiscoAP
AP event log download has been initiated
Waiting for download to complete
 
   
AP event log download completed.
======================= AP Event log Contents =====================
*Feb 13 11:54:17.146: %CAPWAP-3-CLIENTEVENTLOG: AP event log has been cleared from the 
contoller 'admin'
*Feb 13 11:54:32.874: *** Access point reloading. Reason: Reload Command ***
*Mar 1 00:00:39.134: %CDP_PD-4-POWER_OK: Full power - NEGOTIATED inline power source
*Mar 1 00:00:39.174: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface Dot11Radio1, changed state to up
*Mar 1 00:00:39.211: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface Dot11Radio0, changed state to up
*Mar 1 00:00:49.947: %CAPWAP-3-CLIENTEVENTLOG: Did not get vendor specific options from 
DHCP.
...


show ap image

To display the detailed information about the predownloaded image for specified access points, use the
show ap image command.

show ap image {cisco_ap | all}

Syntax Description

cisco_ap

Name of the lightweight access point.

all

Specifies all access points.



Note If you have an AP that has the name all, it conflicts with the keyword all that specifies all access points. In this scenario, the keyword all takes precedence over the AP that is named all.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display images present on all access points:

> show ap image all
 
   
Total number of APs.............................. 7
Number of APs 
Initiated....................................... 4 
Predownloading.................................. 0 
Completed predownloading........................ 3 
Not Supported................................... 0 
Failed to Predownload........................... 0 
 
   
AP Name 		Primary Image 	Backup Image   Status 	 	 	 	 	 Version Next 	Retry Time  						Retry Count
------------------ -------------- -------------- --------------- -------------- ----------
AP1140-1 		7.0.56.0       6.0.183.38 	Complete        6.0.183.38 				NA 									 				NA
AP1140-2 	7.0.56.0       6.0.183.58 	Initiated       6.0.183.38	 23:46:43 												 		 	 	 1
AP1130-2 	7.0.56.0       6.0.183.38 	Complete        6.0.183.38 	NA 		 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 NA
AP1130-3 	7.0.56.0       6.0.183.58 	Initiated       6.0.183.38 	23:43:25						 	 	 	 	 1
AP1130-4 	7.0.56.0       6.0.183.38 	Complete        6.0.183.38 	NA 					 		 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	NA
AP1130-5 	7.0.56.0       6.0.183.58 	Initiated       6.0.183.38 	23:43:00 			 	 	 	 	1
AP1130-6 	7.0.56.0       6.0.183.58 	Initiated       6.0.183.38 	23:41:33 	 	 	 	 	
 
   

Related Commands

config ap image predownload
config ap image swap

show ap inventory

To display inventory information for an access point, use the show ap inventory command.

show ap inventory ap_name

Syntax Description

ap_name

Specifies the inventory for the specified access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the inventory of an access point:

> show ap inventory test101
 
   
NAME: "test101"    , DESCR: "Cisco Wireless Access Point"
PID: AIR-LAP1131AG-A-K9  ,  VID: V01,  SN: FTX1123T2XX


show ap join stats detailed

To display all join-related statistics collected for a specific access point, use the show ap join stats detailed command.

show ap join stats detailed ap_mac

Syntax Description

ap_mac

Access point Ethernet MAC address or the MAC address of the 802.11 radio interface.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display join information for a specific access point trying to join the controller:

> show ap join stats detailed 00:0b:85:02:0d:20
Discovery phase statistics
- Discovery requests received.......................... 2
- Successful discovery responses sent.................. 2
- Unsuccessful discovery request processing............ 0
- Reason for last unsuccessful discovery attempt....... Not applicable
- Time at last successful discovery attempt............ Aug 21 12:50:23:335
- Time at last unsuccessful discovery attempt.......... Not applicable
 
   
Join phase statistics
- Join requests received............................... 1
- Successful join responses sent....................... 1
- Unsuccessful join request processing................. 1
- Reason for last unsuccessful join attempt.............RADIUS authorization is pending 
for the AP
- Time at last successful join attempt................. Aug 21 12:50:34:481
- Time at last unsuccessful join attempt............... Aug 21 12:50:34:374
 
   
Configuration phase statistics
- Configuration requests received...................... 1
- Successful configuration responses sent.............. 1
- Unsuccessful configuration request processing........ 0
- Reason for last unsuccessful configuration attempt... Not applicable
- Time at last successful configuration attempt........ Aug 21 12:50:34:374
- Time at last unsuccessful configuration attempt...... Not applicable
 
   
Last AP message decryption failure details
- Reason for last message decryption failure........... Not applicable
 
   
Last AP disconnect details
- Reason for last AP connection failure................ Not applicable
 
   
Last join error summary
- Type of error that occurred last..................... Lwapp join request rejected
- Reason for error that occurred last.................. RADIUS authorization is pending 
for the AP
- Time at which the last join error occurred........... Aug 21 12:50:34:374
 
   

Related Commands

show ap join stats detailed
show ap join stats summary
show ap join stats summary all

show ap join stats summary

To display the last join error detail for a specific access point, use the show ap join stats summary command.

show ap join stats summary ap_mac

Syntax Description

ap_mac

Access point Ethernet MAC address or the MAC address of the 802.11 radio interface.


Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

To obtain the MAC address of the 802.11 radio interface, enter the show interface command on the access point.

Examples

This example shows how to display specific join information for an access point:

> show ap join stats summary 00:0b:85:02:0d:20
 
   
Is the AP currently connected to controller.......................... No
Time at which the AP joined this controller last time................ Aug 21 12:50:36:061
Type of error that occurred last..................................... Lwapp join request 
rejected
Reason for error that occurred last.................................. RADIUS authorization 
is pending for the AP
Time at which the last join error occurred........................... Aug 21 12:50:34:374
 
   

Related Commands

show ap join stats detailed
show ap join stats summary all

show ap join stats summary all

To display the MAC addresses of all the access points that are joined to the controller or that have tried to join, use the show ap join stats summary all command.

show ap join stats summary all

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of join information for all access points:

> show ap join stats summary all
Number of APs.............................................. 4
Base Mac             AP EthernetMac         AP Name         IP Address         Status
00:0b:85:57:bc:c0     00:0b:85:57:bc:c0     AP1130         10.10.163.217     Joined
00:1c:0f:81:db:80     00:1c:63:23:ac:a0     AP1140         10.10.163.216     Not joined
00:1c:0f:81:fc:20     00:1b:d5:9f:7d:b2     AP1             10.10.163.215     Joined
00:21:1b:ea:36:60     00:0c:d4:8a:6b:c1     AP2             10.10.163.214     Not joined
 
   

Related Commands

show ap join stats detailed
show ap join stats summary

show ap link-encryption

To display the MAC addresses of all the access points that are joined to the controller or that have tried to join, use the show ap link-encryption command.

show ap link-encryption {all | cisco_ap}

Syntax Description

all

Specifies all access points.

cisco_ap

Name of the lightweight access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the link encryption status of all access points:

> show ap link-encryption all
 
   
             Encryption  Dnstream  Upstream    Last
AP Name           State     Count     Count  Update
------------------  ---  --------  --------  ------
1240                Dis      4406    237553   Never
1130                 En      2484    276308   19:31
 
   

Related Commands

config ap link-encryption
config ap link-latency

show ap monitor-mode summary

To display the current channel-optimized monitor mode settings, use the show ap monitor-mode summary command.

show ap monitor-mode summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display current channel-optimized monitor mode settings:

> show ap monitor-mode summary

AP Name Ethernet MAC Status Scanning Channel List

------------------ ----------------- ---------- ----------------------

AP_004              xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx Tracking  1, 6, 11, 4

Related Commands

config ap mode
config ap monitor-mode

show ap retransmit

To display access point control packet retransmission parameters, use the show ap retransmit command.

show ap retransmit {all | cisco_ap}

Syntax Description

all

Specifies all access points.

cisco_ap

Specifies the name of the access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the control packet retransmission parameters of all access points on a network:

> show ap retransmit all
 
   

Global control packet retransmit interval: 3 (default)

Global control packet retransmit count: 5 (default)

AP Name Retransmit Interval Retransmit count

------------------ ------------------- -------------------

AP_004                   3 (default) 5 (WLC default),5 (AP default)

Related Commands

config ap retransmit interval

show ap stats

To display the statistics for a Cisco lightweight access point, use the show ap stats command.

show ap stats {802.11{a | b} | wlan} cisco_ap [tsm {client_mac | all}]

Syntax Description

802.11a

Specifies the 802.11a network

802.11b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

wlan

Specifies WLAN statistics.

cisco_ap

Specifies the name of the lightweight access point.

tsm

Specifies the traffic stream metrics.

client_mac

MAC address of the client.

all

Specifies all access points.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display statistics of an access point for the 802.11b network:

> show ap stats 802.11b AP02
 
   
Number Of Slots.................................. 2
AP Name.......................................... 1140_LAP_1
MAC Address...................................... c4:7d:4f:3a:35:53
Radio Type....................................... RADIO_TYPE_80211b/g
Stats Information
  Number of Users................................ 3
  TxFragmentCount................................ 232095
  MulticastTxFrameCnt............................ 3834
  FailedCount.................................... 347196
  RetryCount..................................... 683429
  MultipleRetryCount............................. 21416
  FrameDuplicateCount............................ 0
  RtsSuccessCount................................ 20
  RtsFailureCount................................ 0
  AckFailureCount................................ 439834
  RxIncompleteFragment........................... 0
  MulticastRxFrameCnt............................ 0
  FcsErrorCount.................................. 5845734
  TxFrameCount................................... 232095
  WepUndecryptableCount.......................... 0
  TxFramesDropped................................ 22
Call Admission Control (CAC) Stats
  Voice Bandwidth in use(% of config bw)......... 50
    Total channel MT free........................ 0
    Total voice MT free.......................... 0
    Na Direct.................................... 0
    Na Roam...................................... 0
  Video Bandwidth in use(% of config bw)......... 0
WMM TSPEC CAC Call Stats
  Total num of voice calls in progress........... 1
  Num of roaming voice calls in progress......... 1
  Total Num of voice calls since AP joined....... 13
  Total Num of roaming calls since AP joined..... 13
  Total Num of exp bw requests received.......... 0
  Total Num of exp bw requests admitted.......... 0
  Num of voice calls rejected since AP joined.... 0
  Num of roam calls rejected since AP joined..... 1
  Num of calls rejected due to insufficent bw.... 0
  Num of calls rejected due to invalid params.... 0
  Num of calls rejected due to PHY rate.......... 0
  Num of calls rejected due to QoS policy........ 0
SIP CAC Call Stats
  Total Num of calls in progress................. 1
  Num of roaming calls in progress............... 0
Total Num of calls since AP joined............. 29
  Total Num of roaming calls since AP joined..... 2
Total Num of Preferred calls received.......... 0
  Total Num of Preferred calls accepted.......... 0
  Total Num of ongoing Preferred calls........... 0
  Total Num of calls rejected(Insuff BW)......... 0
  Total Num of roam calls rejected(Insuff BW).... 0
Band Select Stats
  Num of dual band client ....................... 0
  Num of dual band client added.................. 0
  Num of dual band client expired ............... 0
  Num of dual band client replaced............... 0
  Num of dual band client detected .............. 0
  Num of suppressed client ...................... 0
  Num of suppressed client expired............... 0
  Num of suppressed client replaced.............. 0
 
   

Related Commands

config ap static-ip
config ap stats-timer

show ap summary

To display a summary of all lightweight access points attached to the controller, use the show ap summary command.

show ap summary [cisco_ap]

Syntax Description

cisco_ap

(Optional) Type sequence of characters that make up the name of a specific AP or a group of APs, or enter a wild character search pattern.


Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

A list that contains each lightweight access point name, number of slots, manufacturer, MAC address, location, and the controller port number appears. When you specify

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of all connected access points:

> show ap summary
Number of APs.................................... 2
Global AP username.............................. user
Global AP Dot1x username........................ Not Configured
 
   
Number of APs.................................... 2
Global AP username.............................. user
Global AP Dot1x username........................ Not Configured
 
   
AP Name   Slots  AP Model            Ethernet MAC       Location    Port Country  Priority
--------  -----  ----------------    -----------------  ----------  ---- -------  --------
wolverine 2      AIR-LAP1252AG-A-K9  00:1b:d5:13:39:74  Reception   1    US       3
ap:1120   1      AIR-LAP1121G-A-K9   00:1b:d5:a9:ad:08  Hall 235    1    US       1
 
   

Related Commands

config ap

show ap tcp-mss-adjust

To display the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) maximum segment size (MSS) information of access points, use the show ap tcp-mss-adjust command.

show ap tcp-mss-adjust {cisco_ap | all}

Syntax Description

cisco_ap

Specified lightweight access point name.

all

Specifies all access points.



Note If an AP itself is configured with the name `all', then the `all access points' case takes precedence over the AP that is named `all'.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) maximum segment size (MSS) information of all access points:

> show ap tcp-mss-adjust all
 
   
AP Name            TCP State MSS Size
------------------ --------- -------
AP-1140            enabled   536
AP-1240            disabled  -
AP-1130            disabled  -
 
   

Related Commands

config ap tcp-adjust-mss

show ap wlan

To display the Basic Service Set Identifier (BSSID) value for each WLAN defined on an access point, use the show ap wlan command.

show ap wlan 802.11{a | b} cisco_ap

Syntax Description

802.11a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

802.11b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

ap_name

Lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display BSSIDs of an access point for the 802.11b network:

> show ap wlan 802.11b AP01
 
   
Site Name........................................ MY_AP_GROUP1
Site Description................................. MY_AP_GROUP1
 
   
WLAN ID          Interface          BSSID
-------         -----------        --------------------------
1               management           00:1c:0f:81:fc:20
2               dynamic              00:1c:0f:81:fc:21
 
   

Related Commands

config ap wlan

show arp kernel

To display the kernel Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) cache information, use the show arp kernel command.

show arp kernel

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display kernel ARP cache information:

> show arp kernel
 
   
IP address       HW type     Flags       HW address            Mask     Device
192.0.2.1        0x1         0x2         00:1A:6C:2A:09:C2     *        dtl0
192.0.2.8        0x1         0x6         00:1E:E5:E6:DB:56     *        dtl0
 
   

Related Commands

clear arp
debug arp
show route kernel

show arp switch

To display the Cisco wireless LAN controller MAC addresses, IP addresses, and port types, use the show arp switch command.

show arp switch

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) cache information for the switch:

> show arp switch
 
   
MAC Address          IP Address         Port      VLAN      Type
------------------- ---------------- ------------ ---- -------------------
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx   xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx  service port    1         
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx   xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx  service port               
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx   xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx  service port               
 
   

Related Commands

clear arp
debug arp
show arp kernel

show auth-list

To display the access point authorization list, use the show auth-list command.

show auth-list

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the access point authorization list:

> show auth-list
 
   
Authorize APs against AAA...................... disabled
Allow APs with Self-signed Certificate (SSC)... disabled
 
   
Mac Addr                  Cert Type    Key Hash
-----------------------   ----------   ------------------------------------------
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx         MIC
 
   

Related Commands

clear tacacs auth statistics
clear stats local-auth
config auth-list add
config auth-list ap-policy
config auth-list delete

show boot

To display the primary and backup software build numbers with an indication of which is active, use the show boot command.

show boot

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

Each Cisco wireless LAN controller retains one primary and one backup operating system software load in nonvolatile RAM to allow controllers to boot off the primary load (default) or revert to the backup load when desired.

Examples

This example shows how to display the default boot image information:

> show boot
 
   
Primary Boot Image............................... 3.2.13.0 (active)
Backup Boot Image................................ 3.2.15.0
 
   

Related Commands

config boot

show cac voice summary

To view the list of all AP's along with brief Voice statistics. It includes Bandwidth used, Max bandwidth available and number of calls information, use the show cac voice summary command.

show cac voice summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the list of all AP's along with brief Voice statistics:

> show cac voice summary
 
   
    AP Name         Slot#   Radio  BW Used/Max  Calls
-----------------  -------  -----  -----------  -----
APc47d.4f3a.3547     0      11b/g     0/23437    0
					 1      11a    1072/23437    1
 
   

Related Commands

show mesh cac

show call-control ap


Note The show call-control ap command is applicable only for SIP based calls.


To see the metrics for successful calls or the traps generated for failed calls, use the show call-control ap command.

show call-control ap {802.11a | 802.11b} cisco_ap {metrics | traps}

Syntax Description

802.11a

Specifies the 802.11a network

802.11b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

cisco_ap

Cisco access point name.

metrics

Specifies the call metrics information.

traps

Specifies the trap information for call control.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the metrics for successful calls generated for an access point:

> show call-control ap 802.11a Cisco_AP metrics
Total Call Duration in Seconds................... 120
Number of Calls.................................. 10
 
   
Number of calls for given client is................. 1
 
   

This example shows how to display the metrics for the traps generated for an access point:

> show call-control ap 802.11a Cisco_AP traps
Number of traps sent in one min.................. 2
Last SIP error code.............................. 404
Last sent trap timestamp...................... Jun 20 10:05:06
 
   

Usage Guidelines

To aid in troubleshooting, the output of this command shows an error code for any failed calls. Table 2-1 explains the possible error codes for failed calls.

Table 2-1 Error Codes for Failed VoIP Calls 

Error Code
Integer
Description

1

unknown

Unknown error.

400

badRequest

The request could not be understood because of malformed syntax.

401

unauthorized

The request requires user authentication.

402

paymentRequired

Reserved for future use.

403

forbidden

The server understood the request but refuses to fulfill it.

404

notFound

The server has information that the user does not exist at the domain specified in the Request-URI.

405

methodNotallowed

The method specified in the Request-Line is understood but not allowed for the address identified by the Request-URI.

406

notAcceptable

The resource identified by the request is only capable of generating response entities with content characteristics that are not acceptable according to the Accept header field sent in the request.

407

proxyAuthenticationRequired

The client must first authenticate with the proxy.

408

requestTimeout

The server could not produce a response within a suitable amount of time.

409

conflict

The request could not be completed due to a conflict with the current state of the resource.

410

gone

The requested resource is no longer available at the server, and no forwarding address is known.

411

lengthRequired

The server is refusing to process a request because the request entity-body is larger than the server is willing or able to process.

413

requestEntityTooLarge

The server is refusing to process a request because the request entity-body is larger than the server is willing or able to process.

414

requestURITooLarge

The server is refusing to service the request because the Request-URI is longer than the server is willing to interpret.

415

unsupportedMediaType

The server is refusing to service the request because the message body of the request is in a format not supported by the server for the requested method.

420

badExtension

The server did not understand the protocol extension specified in a Proxy-Require or Require header field.

480

temporarilyNotAvailable

The callee's end system was contacted successfully, but the callee is currently unavailable.

481

callLegDoesNotExist

The UAS received a request that does not match any existing dialog or transaction.

482

loopDetected

The server has detected a loop.

483

tooManyHops

The server received a request that contains a Max-Forwards header field with the value zero.

484

addressIncomplete

The server received a request with a Request-URI that was incomplete.

485

ambiguous

The Request-URI was ambiguous.

486

busy

The callee's end system was contacted successfully, but the callee is currently not willing or able to take additional calls at this end system.

500

internalServerError

The server encountered an unexpected condition that prevented it from fulfilling the request.

501

notImplemented

The server does not support the functionality required to fulfill the request.

502

badGateway

The server, while acting as a gateway or proxy, received an invalid response from the downstream server it accessed in attempting to fulfill the request.

503

serviceUnavailable

The server is temporarily unable to process the request because of a temporary overloading or maintenance of the server.

504

serverTimeout

The server did not receive a timely response from an external server it accessed in attempting to process the request.

505

versionNotSupported

The server does not support or refuses to support the SIP protocol version that was used in the request.

600

busyEverywhere

The callee's end system was contacted successfully, but the callee is busy or does not want to take the call at this time.

603

decline

The callee's machine was contacted successfully, but the user does not want to or cannot participate.

604

doesNotExistAnywhere

The server has information that the user indicated in the Request-URI does not exist anywhere.

606

notAcceptable

The user's agent was contacted successfully, but some aspects of the session description (such as the requested media, bandwidth, or addressing style) were not acceptable.


show call-control client

To see call information for a call-aware client when Voice-over-IP (VoIP) snooping is enabled and the call is active, use the show call-control client command

show call-control client callInfo client_MAC_address

Syntax Description

callInfo

Specifies the call-control information.

client_MAC_address

Client MAC address.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the call information such as the IP port for calls related to the client:

> show call-control client callInfo 10.10.10.10.10.10
 
   
Uplink IP/port................................... 0.0.0.0 /   0
Downlink  IP/port................................ 9.47.96.107 / 5006
UP...............................................   6
Calling Party.................................... sip:1021
Called Party..................................... sip:1000
Call ID.......................................... 38423970c3fca477
Call on hold: ................................... FALSE
Number of calls for given client is.............. 1
 
   

Related Commands

show call-control ap

show capwap client config

To display the list of clients associated with the CAPWAP access point, use the show capwap client command.

show capwap client config

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display clients associated with CAPWAP access point:

> show capwap client config
 
   
configMagicMark         0xF1E2D3C4
chkSumV2                23845
chkSumV1                43434
swVer                   4.2.37.156
adminState              ADMIN_ENABLED(1)
name                    AP001b.0cfc.3f80
location                default location
group name              
mwarName                WLC1
mwarIPAddress           9.41.80.67
mwarName                
mwarIPAddress           0.0.0.0
mwarName                
mwarIPAddress           0.0.0.0
ssh status              Disabled
Telnet status           Disabled
numOfSlots              2
spamRebootOnAssert      1
spamStatTimer           180
randSeed                0x0
transport               SPAM_TRANSPORT_L3(2)
transportCfg            SPAM_TRANSPORT_DEFAULT(0)
initialisation          SPAM_PRODUCTION_DISCOVERY(1)
 
   

Related Commands

capwap ap ip address
capwap ap ip default-gateway
show capwap client ip config

show capwap client ip config

To display the CAPWAP static IP configuration, use the show capwap client ip config command.

show capwap client ip config

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the CAPWAP static IP information:

> show capwap client config
 
   
LWAPP Static IP Configuration
Primary Controller 9.41.80.88     
 
   

Related Commands

capwap ap controller ip address
capwap ap ip address
show capwap client config

show capwap reap association

To display the list of clients associated to an access point and their Service Set Identifiers (SSIDs), use the show capwap reap association command.

show capwap reap association

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display clients associated to an access point and their SSIDs:

> show capwap reap association

Related Commands

config hreap group
show capwap reap status

show capwap reap status

To display the status of the hybrid-REAP access point (connected or standalone), use the show capwap reap status command.

show capwap reap status

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the status of the hybrid-REAP access point:

> show capwap reap status
 
   

Related Commands

config hreap group
show capwap reap association

show certificate compatibility

To display whether or not certificates are verified as compatible in the Cisco wireless LAN controller, use the show certificate compatibility command.

show certificate compatibility

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the status of the compatibility mode:

> show certificate compatibility
 
   
Certificate compatibility mode:................ off
 
   

Related Commands

config certificate
config certificate lsc
show certificate lsc
show certificate summary
show local-auth certificates

show certificate lsc

To verify that the controller has generated a Locally Significant Certificate (LSC), use the show certificate lsc summary command.

show certificate lsc {summary | ap-provision}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays summary of LSC certificate settings and certificates.

ap-provision

Displays details about the access points that are provisioned using the LSC.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of the LSC:

> show certificate lsc summary
 
   
LSC Enabled...................................... Yes
LSC CA-Server.................................... http://10.0.0.1:8080/caserver
LSC AP-Provisioning.............................. Yes
Provision-List............................... Not Configured
LSC Revert Count in AP reboots............... 3
LSC Params:
Country...................................... 4
State........................................ ca
City......................................... ss
Orgn......................................... org
Dept......................................... dep
Email........................................ dep@co.com
KeySize...................................... 390
LSC Certs:
CA Cert...................................... Not Configured
RA Cert...................................... Not Configured
 
   

This example shows how to display the details about the access points that are provisioned using the LSC:

> show certificate lsc ap-provision
 
   
LSC AP-Provisioning.............................. Yes
Provision-List................................... Present
 
   
Idx Mac Address
--- -------------
1 00:18:74:c7:c0:90
 
   

Related Commands

config certificate
config certificate lsc
show certificate compatibility
show certificate summary
show local-auth certificates

show certificate summary

To verify that the controller has generated a certificate, use the show certificate summary command.

show certificate summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of the certificate:

> show certificate summary
 
   
Web Administration Certificate................. Locally Generated
Web Authentication Certificate................. Locally Generated
Certificate compatibility mode:................ off
 
   

Related Commands

config certificate
config certificate lsc
show certificate compatibility
show certificate lsc
show local-auth certificates

show route kernel

To display the kernel route cache information, use the show route kernel command.

show route kernel

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the kernel route cache information:

> show route kernel
 
   
Iface  Destination  Gateway   Flags    RefCnt Use  Metric   Mask   MTU   Window   IRTT                                                 
dtl0    14010100    00000000  0001      0     0     0    FFFFFF00  0      0        0                                                    
dtl0    28282800    00000000  0001      0     0     0    FFFFFF00  0      0        0                                                    
dtl0    34010100    00000000  0001      0     0     0    FFFFFF00  0      0        0                                                    
eth0    02020200    00000000  0001      0     0     0    FFFFFF00  0      0        0                                                    
dtl0    33010100    00000000  0001      0     0     0    FFFFFF00  0      0        0                                                    
dtl0    0A010100    00000000  0001      0     0     0    FFFFFF00  0      0        0                                                    
dtl0    32010100    00000000  0001      0     0     0    FFFFFF00  0      0        0                                                    
dtl0    0A000000    0202020A  0003      0     0     0    FF000000  0      0        0                                                    
lo      7F000000    00000000  0001      0     0     0    FF000000  0      0        0                                                    
dtl0    00000000    0A010109  0003      0     0     0    00000000  0      0        0                                                    
 
   

Related Commands

clear arp
debug arp
show arp kernel
config route add
config route delete

Show Client Commands

Use the show client commands to display client settings.

show client ap

To display the clients on a Cisco lightweight access point, use the show client ap command.

show client ap 802.11{a | b} cisco_ap

Syntax Description

802.11a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

802.11b

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

cisco_ap

Cisco lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

The show client ap command may list the status of automatically disabled clients. Use the show exclusionlist command to view clients on the exclusion list (blacklisted).

Examples

This example shows how to display client information on an access point:

> show client ap 802.11b AP1
 
   
MAC Address        AP Id   Status         WLAN Id    Authenticated
-----------------  ------  -------------  ---------  -------------
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx      1   Associated     1          No
 
   

Related Commands

show client detail
show client summary
show client username
show country
show exclusionlist

show client calls

To display the total number of active or rejected calls on the controller, use the show client calls command.

show client calls {active | rejected} {802.11a | 802.11bg | all}

Syntax Description

active

Displays active calls.

rejected

Displays rejected calls.

802.11a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

802.11bg

Specifies the 802.11b/g network.

all

Specifies both the 802.11a and 802.11b/g network.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the active client calls on an 802.11a network:

> show client calls active 802.11a
 
   
Client MAC               Username         Total Call            AP Name         Radio Type
                                         Duration (sec)
--------------------    ---------         ----------       ---------------      ----------
00:09: ef: 02:65:70        abc               45            VJ-1240C-ed45cc        802.11a
00:13: ce: cc: 51:39       xyz               45                AP1130-a416        802.11a
00:40:96: af: 15:15        def               45                AP1130-a416        802.11a
00:40:96:b2:69: df         def               45                AP1130-a416        802.11a
 
   
Number of Active Calls ------------------------------------ 4
 
   

Related Commands

show client ccx client-capability

To display the client's capability information, use the show client ccx client-capability command.

show client ccx client-capability client_mac_address

Syntax Description

client_mac_address

MAC address of the client.


Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

This command displays the client's available capabilities, not the current settings for the capabilities.

Examples

This example shows how to display the client's capability:

> show client ccx client-capability 00:40:96:a8:f7:98
 
   
Service Capability.................................. Voice, Streaming(uni-directional) 
Video, Interactive(bi-directional) Video
Radio Type.......................................... DSSS OFDM(802.11a) HRDSSS(802.11b) 
ERP(802.11g)
 
   
Radio Type.......................................... DSSS
	Radio Channels.................................. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
	Tx Power Mode................................... Automatic
	Rate List(MB)................................... 1.0 2.0
 
   
Radio Type.......................................... HRDSSS(802.11b)
	Radio Channels.................................. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
	Tx Power Mode................................... Automatic
	Rate List(MB)................................... 5.5 11.0
 
   
Radio Type.......................................... ERP(802.11g)
	Radio Channels.................................. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
	Tx Power Mode................................... Automatic
	Rate List(MB)................................... 6.0 9.0 12.0 18.0 24.0 36.0 48.0 54.0
 
   
Are you sure you want to start? (y/N)y Are you sure you want to start? (y/N)
 
   

Related Commands

config client ccx get-client-capability
config client ccx get-operating-parameters
config client ccx get-profiles
config client ccx stats-request
show client ccx operating-parameters
show client ccx profiles
show client ccx stats-report

show client ccx frame-data

To display the data frames sent from the client for the last test, use the show client ccx frame-data command.

show client ccx frame-data client_mac_address

Syntax Description

client_mac_address

MAC address of the client.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the data frame sent from the client for the last test:

> show client ccx frame-data xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
 
   

show client ccx last-response-status

To display the status of the last test response, use the show client ccx last-response-status command.

show client ccx last-response-status client_mac_address

Syntax Description

client_mac_address

MAC address of the client.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the status of the last test response:

> show client ccx last-response-status 
Test Status ........................ Success
 
   
Response Dialog Token.............. 87
Response Status.................... Successful
Response Test Type................. 802.1x Authentication Test
Response Time...................... 3476 seconds since system boot
 
   

Related Commands

config client ccx clear-reports
config client ccx clear-results
config client ccx default-gw-ping
config client ccx dhcp-test
config client ccx log-request
show client ccx last-response-status
show client ccx last-test-status

show client ccx last-test-status

To display the status of the last test, use the show client ccx last-test-status command.

show client ccx last-test-status client_mac_address

Syntax Description

client_mac_address

MAC address of the client.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the status of the last test of the client:

> show client ccx last-test-status
 
Test Type ........................ Gateway Ping Test
Test Status ...................... Pending/Success/Timeout
Dialog Token ..................... 15
Timeout .......................... 15000 ms
Request Time ..................... 1329 seconds since system boot
 
   

Related Commands

config client ccx clear-reports
config client ccx clear-results
config client ccx default-gw-ping
config client ccx dhcp-test
config client ccx log-request
show client ccx last-response-status

show client ccx log-response

To display a log response, use the show client ccx log-response command.

show client ccx log-response {roam | rsna | syslog} client_mac_address

Syntax Description

roam

(Optional) Displays the CCX client roaming log response.

rsna

(Optional) Displays the CCX client RSNA log response.

syslog

(Optional) Displays the CCX client system log response.

client_mac_address

Inventory for the specified access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the system log response:

> show client ccx log-response syslog 00:40:96:a8:f7:98 
Tue Jun 26 18:07:48 2007		 		 	Syslog Response LogID=131: Status=Successful
						 	Event Timestamp=0d 00h 19m 42s 278987us
							Client SysLog = `<11> Jun 19 11:49:47 unraval13777 Mandatory 
elements missing in the OID response'
							Event Timestamp=0d 00h 19m 42s 278990us
							Client SysLog = `<11> Jun 19 11:49:47 unraval13777 Mandatory 
elements missing in the OID response'
Tue Jun 26 18:07:48 2007		 		 	Syslog Response LogID=131: Status=Successful
						 	Event Timestamp=0d 00h 19m 42s 278987us
							Client SysLog = `<11> Jun 19 11:49:47 unraval13777 Mandatory 
elements missing in the OID response'
							Event Timestamp=0d 00h 19m 42s 278990us
							Client SysLog = `<11> Jun 19 11:49:47 unraval13777 Mandatory 
elements missing in the OID response'
 
   
 
   

This example shows how to display the client roaming log response:

> show client ccx log-response roam 00:40:96:a8:f7:98
 
   
Thu Jun 22 11:55:14 2007 	 	Roaming Response LogID=20: Status=Successful
						Event Timestamp=0d 00h 00m 13s 322396us
						Source BSSID=00:40:96:a8:f7:98, Target BSSID=00:0b:85:23:26:70, 
						Transition Time=100(ms) 
						Transition Reason: Normal roam, poor link
						Transition Result: Success
Thu Jun 22 11:55:14 2007 	 	Roaming Response LogID=133: Status=Successful
						Event Timestamp=0d 00h 00m 16s 599006us
						Source BSSID=00:0b:85:81:06:c2, Target BSSID=00:0b:85:81:06:c2, 
						Transition Time=3235(ms) 
						Transition Reason: Normal roam, poor link
						Transition Result: Success
Thu Jun 22 18:28:48 2007 	 	Roaming Response LogID=133: Status=Successful
						Event Timestamp=0d 00h 00m 08s 815477us
						Source BSSID=00:0b:85:81:06:c2, Target BSSID=00:0b:85:81:06:d2, 
						Transition Time=3281(ms) 
						Transition Reason: First association to WLAN
						Transition Result: Success
 
   

Related Commands

config client ccx log-request

show client ccx manufacturer-info

To display the client manufacturing information, use the show client ccx manufacturer-info command.

show client ccx manufacturer-info client_mac_address

Syntax Description

client_mac_address

MAC address of the client.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the client manufacturing information:

> show client ccx manufacturer-info 00:40:96:a8:f7:98
 
   
Manufacturer OUI .............................. 00:40:96
Manufacturer ID ............................... Cisco
Manufacturer Model ............................ Cisco Aironet 802.11a/b/g Wireless Adapter
Manufacturer Serial ........................... FOC1046N3SX
Mac Address ................................... 00:40:96:b2:8d:5e
Radio Type .................................... DSSS OFDM(802.11a) HRDSSS(802.11b)
  ERP(802.11g)
Antenna Type .................................. Omni-directional diversity
Antenna Gain .................................. 2 dBi
 
   
Rx Sensitivity:
Radio Type ...................................... DSSS
Rx Sensitivity .................................. Rate:1.0 Mbps, MinRssi:-95, MaxRss1:-30
Rx Sensitivity .................................. Rate:2.0 Mbps, MinRssi:-95, MaxRss1:-30
Radio Type ...................................... HRDSSS(802.11b)
Rx Sensitivity .................................. Rate:5.5 Mbps, MinRssi:-95, MaxRss1:-30
Rx Sensitivity .................................. Rate:11.0 Mbps, MinRssi:-95, MaxRss1:-30
Radio Type ...................................... ERP(802.11g)
Rx Sensitivity .................................. Rate:6.0 Mbps, MinRssi:-95, MaxRss1:-30
Rx Sensitivity .................................. Rate:9.0 Mbps, MinRssi:-95, MaxRss1:-30
Rx Sensitivity .................................. Rate:12.0 Mbps, MinRssi:-95, MaxRss1:-30
Rx Sensitivity .................................. Rate:18.0 Mbps, MinRss1:-95, MaxRss1:-30
 
   

Related Commands

config client ccx get-client-capability
config client ccx get-manufacturer-info
config client ccx get-operating-parameters
config client ccx get-profiles

show client ccx operating-parameters

To display the client operating-parameters, use the show client ccx operating-parameters command.

show client ccx operating-parameters client_mac_address

Syntax Description

client_mac_address

MAC address of the client.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the client operating parameters:

> show client ccx operating-parameters 00:40:96:a8:f7:98 
 
   
Client Mac ......................................... 00:40:96:b2:8d:5e
Radio Type ......................................... OFDM(802.11a)
 
   
Radio Type ......................................... OFDM(802.11a)
	Radio Channels ................................. 36 40 44 48 52 56 60 64 100 104 108 
112 116 120 124 128 132 136 140 149 153 157 161 165
	Tx Power Mode .................................. Automatic
	Rate List(MB)................................... 6.0 9.0 12.0 18.0 24.0 36.0 48.0 54.0
 
   
Power Save Mode .................................... Normal Power Save
SSID ............................................... wifi
Security Parameters[EAP Method, Credential]......... None
Auth Method ........................................ None
Key Management...................................... None
Encryption ......................................... None
Device Name ........................................ Wireless Network Connection 15
Device Type ........................................ 0
OS Id .............................................. Windows XP
OS Version ......................................... 5.1.6.2600 Service Pack 2
IP Type ............................................ DHCP address
IPv4 Address ....................................... Available
IP Address ......................................... 70.0.4.66
Subnet Mask ........................................ 255.0.0.0
Default Gateway .................................... 70.1.0.1
IPv6 Address ....................................... Not Available
IPv6 Address ....................................... 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:
IPv6 Subnet Mask ................................... 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:
DNS Servers ........................................ 103.0.48.0
WINS Servers ....................................... 
System Name ........................................ URAVAL3777
Firmware Version ................................... 4.0.0.187
Driver Version ..................................... 4.0.0.187
 
   

Related Commands

config client ccx get-client-capability
config client ccx get-manufacturer-info
config client ccx get-operating-parameters
config client ccx get-profiles

show client ccx profiles

To display the client profiles, use the show client ccx profiles command.

show client ccx profiles client_mac_address

Syntax Description

client_mac_address

MAC address of the client.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the client profiles:

> show client ccx profiles 00:40:96:a8:f7:98
 
   
Number of Profiles .................................. 1
Current Profile ..................................... 1
 
   
Profile ID .......................................... 1
Profile Name ........................................ wifiEAP
SSID ................................................ wifiEAP
Security Parameters [EAP Method, Credential]......... EAP-TLS, Host OS Login Credentials
Auth Method ......................................... EAP
Key Management ...................................... WPA2+CCKM
Encryption .......................................... AES-CCMP
Power Save Mode ..................................... Constantly Awake
Radio Configuration:
Radio Type........................................... DSSS
	Preamble Type.................................... Long preamble
	CCA Method....................................... Energy Detect + Carrier
Detect/Correlation
	Data Retries..................................... 6
	Fragment Threshold............................... 2342
	Radio Channels................................... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
	Tx Power Mode.................................... Automatic
	Rate List (MB)................................... 1.0 2.0
 
   
Radio Type........................................... HRDSSS(802.11b)
	Preamble Type.................................... Long preamble
	CCA Method....................................... Energy Detect + Carrier
Detect/Correlation
	Data Retries..................................... 6
	Fragment Threshold............................... 2342
	Radio Channels................................... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
	Tx Power Mode.................................... Automatic
	Rate List(MB).................................... 5.5 11.0
 
   
Radio Type........................................... ERP(802.11g)
	Preamble Type.................................... Long preamble
	CCA Method....................................... Energy Detect + Carrier
Detect/Correlation
	Data Retries..................................... 6
	Fragment Threshold............................... 2342
	Radio Channels................................... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
	Tx Power Mode.................................... Automatic
	Rate List (MB)................................... 6.0 9.0 12.0 18.0 24.0 36.0 48.0 
54.0
 
   
Radio Type........................................... OFDM(802.11a)
	Preamble Type.................................... Long preamble
	CCA Method....................................... Energy Detect + Carrier
Detect/Correlation
	Data Retries..................................... 6
	Fragment Threshold............................... 2342
	Radio Channels................................... 36 40 44 48 52 56 60 64 149 153 157 
161 165
	Tx Power Mode.................................... Automatic
	Rate List (MB)................................... 6.0 9.0 12.0 18.0 24.0 36.0 48.0 
54.0
	

Related Commands

config client ccx get-client-capability
config client ccx get-manufacturer-info
config client ccx get-operating-parameters
config client ccx get-profiles

show client ccx results

To display the results from the last successful diagnostic test, use the show client ccx results command.

show client ccx results client_mac_address

Syntax Description

client_mac_address

MAC address of the client.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the results from last successful diagnostic test:

> show client ccs results xx.xx.xx.xx
 
   
dot1x Complete....................................... Success
EAP Method........................................... *1,Host OS Login Credentials
dot1x Status......................................... 255
 
   

Related Commands

config client ccx test-abort
config client ccx test-association
config client ccx test-dot1x
config client ccx test-profile
config client ccx clear-reports
config client ccx clear-results

show client ccx rm

To display Cisco Client eXtension (CCX) client radio management report information, use the show client ccx rm commands.

show client ccx rm client_MAC {status} | {report {chan-load | noise-hist | frame | beacon | pathloss}}

Syntax Description

client_MAC

Client MAC address.

status

Displays the client CCX radio management status information.

report

Displays the client CCX radio management report.

chan-load

Displays radio management channel load reports.

noise-hist

Displays radio management noise histogram reports.

beacon

Displays radio management beacon load reports.

frame

Displays radio management frame reports.

pathloss

Displays radio management path loss reports.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the client radio management status information:

> show client ccx rm 00:40:96:15:21:ac status
 
   
Client Mac Address............................... 00:40:96:15:21:ac 
Channel Load Request............................. Enabled 
Noise Histogram Request.......................... Enabled 
Beacon Request................................... Enabled 
Frame Request.................................... Enabled 
Interval......................................... 30 
Iteration........................................... 10
 
   

This example shows how to display the client radio management load reports:

> show client ccx rm 00:40:96:15:21:ac report chan-load
Channel Load Report 
Client Mac Address............................... 00:40:96:ae:53:bc 
Timestamp........................................ 788751121 
Incapable Flag................................... On 
Refused Flag........................................ On 
Chan CCA Busy Fraction 
----------------------- 
1 	194 
2 	86  
3 	103 
4 	0  
5 	178 
6 	82  
7 	103 
8 	95  
9 	13  
10 	222 
11 	75 
 
   

This example shows how to display the client radio management noise histogram reports:

> show client ccx rm 00:40:96:15:21:ac report noise-hist  
Noise Histogram Report 
Client Mac Address............................... 00:40:96:15:21:ac 
Timestamp........................................ 4294967295 
Incapable Flag................................... Off 
Refused Flag........................................ Off 
Chan RPI0 RPI1 RPI2 RPI3 RPI4 RPI5 RPI6 RPI7 

Related Commands

config client ccx default-gw-ping
config client ccx dhcp-test

show client ccx stats-report

To display the Cisco Client eXtensions (CCX) statistics report from a specified client device, use the show client ccx stats-report command.

show client ccx stats-report client_mac_address

Syntax Description

client_mac_address

Client MAC address.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to displays the statistics report:

> show client ccx stats-report 00:40:96:a8:f7:98 
 
   
Measurement duration = 1
 
   
dot11TransmittedFragmentCount       = 1
dot11MulticastTransmittedFrameCount = 2
dot11FailedCount                    = 3
dot11RetryCount                     = 4
dot11MultipleRetryCount             = 5
dot11FrameDuplicateCount            = 6
dot11RTSSuccessCount                = 7
dot11RTSFailureCount                = 8
dot11ACKFailureCount                = 9
dot11ReceivedFragmentCount          = 10
dot11MulticastReceivedFrameCount    = 11
dot11FCSErrorCount                  = 12
dot11TransmittedFrameCount          = 13
 
   

Related Commands

config client ccx default-gw-ping
config client ccx dhcp-test
config client ccx dns-ping

show client detail

To display detailed information for a client on a Cisco lightweight access point, use the show client detail command.

show client detail mac_address

Syntax Description

mac_address

Client MAC address.


Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

The show client ap command may list the status of automatically disabled clients. Use the show exclusionlist command to display clients on the exclusion list (blacklisted).

Examples

This example shows how to display the client detailed information:

> show client detail 00:0c:41:07:33:a6
 
   
Policy Manager State..............................POSTURE_REQD
Policy Manager Rule Created.......................Yes
Client MAC Address............................... 00:16:36:40:ac:58
Client Username.................................. N/A
Client State..................................... Associated
Client NAC OOB State............................. QUARANTINE
Guest LAN Id..................................... 1
IP Address....................................... Unknown
Session Timeout.................................. 0
QoS Level........................................ Gold
Diff Serv Code Point (DSPC)...................... disabled
Mobility State................................... Local
Internal Mobility State.......................... apfMsMmInitial
Security Policy Completed........................ No
Policy Manager State............................. WEBAUTH_REQD
Policy Manager Rule Created...................... Yes
NPU Fast Fast Notified........................... Yes
Last Policy Manager State........................ WEBAUTH_REQD
Client Entry Create Time......................... 460 seconds
Interface........................................ wired-guest
H-REAP Authentication............................ Local
H-REAP Data Switching............................ Local
VLAN............................................. 236
Quarantine VLAN.................................. 0
Client Statistics:
	Number of Bytes Received..................... 0
	Number of Bytes Sent......................... 0
	Number of Packets Received................... 0
	Number of Packets Sent....................... 0
	Number of EAP Id Request Msg Timeouts........ 0
	Number of EAP Id Request Msg Failures........ 0
	Number of EAP Request Msg Timeouts........... 2
	Number of EAP Request Msg Failures........... 1
	Number of EAP Key Msg Timeouts............... 0
	Number of EAP Key Msg Failures............... 0
	Number of Policy Errors...................... 0
	Radio Signal Strength Indicator.............. Unavailable
	Signal to Noise Ratio........................ Unavailable
...
 
   

Related Commands

show client summary

show client location-calibration summary

To display client location calibration summary information, use the show client location-calibration summary command.

show client location-calibration summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the location calibration summary information:

> show client location-calibration summary
 
   
MAC Address Interval 
----------- ----------
10:10:10:10:10:10 60
21:21:21:21:21:21 45
 
   

Related Commands

show client summary
show client summary guest-lan

show client probing

To display the number of probing clients, use the show client probing command.

show client probing

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the number of probing clients:

> show client probing
 
   
Number of Probing Clients........................ 0
 
   

Related Commands

show client summary
show client summary guest-lan

show client roam-history

To display the roaming history of a specified client, use the show client roam-history command.

show client roam-history mac_address

Syntax Description

mac_address

Client MAC address.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the roaming history of a specified client:

> show client roam-history 00:14:6c:0a:57:77
 
   

show client summary

To display a summary of clients associated with a Cisco lightweight access point, use the show client summary command.

show client summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

The show client ap command may list the status of automatically disabled clients. Use the show exclusionlist command to display clients on the exclusion list (blacklisted).

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of the active clients:

> show client summary
 
   
Number of Clients................................ 24
 
   
MAC Address        AP Name            Status         WLAN/GLAN/RLAN  Auth  Protocol  Port
-----------------  -----------------  -------------  ----  --------  --------  ----  ----
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing             N/A         No    802.11a    1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing             N/A         No    802.11a    1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing             N/A         No    802.11b    1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing             N/A         No    802.11a    1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing             N/A         No    802.11b    1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Associated           2          Yes   802.11b    1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing             N/A         No    802.11b    1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing             N/A         No    802.11b    1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing             N/A         No    802.11b    1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing             N/A         No    802.11a    1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing             N/A         No    802.11a    1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing             N/A         No    802.11b    1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing             N/A         No    802.11a    1
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  AP02               Probing             N/A         No    802.11a    1
 
   
Number of Clients................................ 2
 
   

Related Commands

show client summary guest-lan

show client summary guest-lan

To display the active wired guest LAN clients, use the show client summary guest-lan command.

show client summary guest-lan

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of the active wired guest LAN clients:

> show client summary guest-lan
 
   
Number of Clients................................ 1
MAC Address       AP Name      Status         WLAN  Auth   Protocol  Port Wired
-----------       ---------    ----------     ----  ----   --------  ---- -----
00:16:36:40:ac:58  N/A         Associated        1    No      802.3     1   Yes
 
   

Related Commands

show client summary

show client tsm

To display the client traffic stream metrics (TSM) statistics, use the show client tsm command.

show client tsm 802.11 {a | b} client_mac {ap_mac | all}

Syntax Description

802.11a

Specifies the 802.11a network.

802.11b

Specifies the 802.11 b/g network.

client_mac

MAC address of the client.

ap_mac

MAC address of the tsm access point.

all

Specifies the list of all access points to which the client has associations.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the client's TSM for the 802.11a network:

> show client tsm 802.11a xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx all
 
   
AP Interface MAC: 00:0b:85:01:02:03
Client Interface Mac:               00:01:02:03:04:05
Measurement Duration:               90 seconds
 
   
  Timestamp                           1st Jan 2006, 06:35:80 
    UpLink Stats
    ================
       Average Delay (5sec intervals)............................35
       Delay less than 10 ms.....................................20
       Delay bet 10 - 20 ms......................................20
       Delay bet 20 - 40 ms......................................20
       Delay greater than 40 ms..................................20
      Total packet Count.........................................80
      Total packet lost count (5sec).............................10
      Maximum Lost Packet count(5sec)............................5
      Average Lost Packet count(5secs)...........................2
    DownLink Stats
    ================
       Average Delay (5sec intervals)............................35
       Delay less than 10 ms.....................................20
       Delay bet 10 - 20 ms......................................20
       Delay bet 20 - 40 ms......................................20
       Delay greater than 40 ms..................................20
      Total packet Count.........................................80
      Total packet lost count (5sec).............................10
      Maximum Lost Packet count(5sec)............................5
      Average Lost Packet count(5secs)...........................2
 
   

Related Commands

show client ap
show client detail
show client summary

show client username

To display the client data by the username, use the show client username command.

show client username username

Syntax Description

username

Client's username.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the detailed information for a client by name:

> show client username IT_007
 
   
MAC Address        AP ID   Status         WLAN Id    Authenticated
-----------------  ------  -------------  ---------  -------------
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  1       Associated     1          No
 
   

Related Commands

show client ap
show client detail
show client summary

show client voice-diag

To display voice diagnostics statistics, use the show client voice-diag command.

show client voice-diag {quos-map | roam-history | rssi | status | tspec}

Syntax Description

quos-map

Displays information about the QoS/DSCP mapping and packet statistics in each of the four queues: VO, VI, BE, BK. The different DSCP values are also displayed.

roam-history

Displays information about the last 3 roaming history. The output contains the Timestamp, access point associated with roaming, roaming reason, and if there is a roaming failure, reason for roaming-failure.

rssi

Display the client's RSSI values in the last 5 seconds when voice diagnostics is enabled.

status

Displays status of voice diagnostics for clients.

tspec

Displays TSPEC for voice diagnostic clients.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the status of voice diagnostics for clients:

> show client voice-diag status
 
   
Voice Diagnostics Status: FALSE
 
   

Related Commands

show client ap
show client detail
show client summary
debug voice-diag

show country

To display the configured country and the radio types supported, use the show country command.

show country

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the configured countries and supported radio types:

> show country
 
   
Configured Country............................. United States
Configured Country Codes
US  - United States............................. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
 
   

Related Commands

config country
show country channels
show country supported

show country channels

To display the radio channels supported in the configured country, use the show country channels command.

show country channels

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the auto-RF channels for the configured countries:

> show country channels
 
   
Configured Country............................. United States
      KEY: * = Channel is legal in this country and may be configured manually.
           A = Channel is the Auto-RF default in this country.
           . = Channel is not legal in this country.
           C = Channel has been configured for use by Auto-RF.
           x = Channel is available to be configured for use by Auto-RF.
---------:+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-
802.11BG :
Channels :                   1 1 1 1 1
         : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4
---------:+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-
     US  : A * * * * A * * * * A . . .
---------:+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-
 802.11A :  1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Channels : 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 6 6 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6
         : 4 6 8 0 2 4 6 8 2 6 0 4 0 4 8 2 6 0 4 8 2 6 0 9 3 7 1 5
---------:+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-
     US  : . A . A . A . A A A A A * * * * * . . . * * * A A A A *
---------:+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-
 
   

Related Commands

config country
show country
show country supported

show country supported

To display a list of the supported country options, use the show country supported command.

show country supported

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a list of all the supported countries:

> show country supported
 
   
Configured Country............................. United States
Supported Country Codes
AR  - Argentina................................. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
AT  - Austria................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
AU  - Australia................................. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
BR  - Brazil.................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
BE  - Belgium................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
BG  - Bulgaria.................................. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
CA  - Canada.................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
CH  - Switzerland............................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
CL  - Chile.....................................           802.11b / 802.11g
CN  - China..................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
CO  - Colombia..................................           802.11b / 802.11g
CY  - Cyprus.................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
CZ  - Czech Republic............................ 802.11a / 802.11b
DE  - Germany................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
DK  - Denmark................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
EE  - Estonia................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
ES  - Spain..................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
FI  - Finland................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
FR  - France.................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
GB  - United Kingdom............................ 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
GI  - Gibraltar................................. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
GR  - Greece.................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
HK  - Hong Kong................................. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
HU  - Hungary................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
ID  - Indonesia.................................           802.11b / 802.11g
IE  - Ireland................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
IN  - India..................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
IL  - Israel.................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
ILO - Israel (outdoor)..........................           802.11b / 802.11g
IS  - Iceland................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
IT  - Italy..................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
JP  - Japan (J)................................. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
J2  - Japan 2(P)................................ 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
J3  - Japan 3(U)................................ 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
KR  - Korea Republic (C)........................ 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
KE  - Korea Extended (K)........................ 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
LI  - Liechtenstein............................. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
LT  - Lithuania................................. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
LU  - Luxembourg................................ 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
LV  - Latvia.................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
MC  - Monaco.................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
MT  - Malta..................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
MX  - Mexico.................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
MY  - Malaysia.................................. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
NL  - Netherlands............................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
NZ  - New Zealand............................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
NO  - Norway.................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
PA  - Panama....................................           802.11b / 802.11g
PE  - Peru......................................           802.11b / 802.11g
PH  - Philippines............................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
PL  - Poland.................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
PT  - Portugal.................................. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
RU  - Russian Federation........................ 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
RO  - Romania................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
SA  - Saudi Arabia.............................. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
SE  - Sweden.................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
SG  - Singapore................................. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
SI  - Slovenia.................................. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
SK  - Slovak Republic........................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
TH  - Thailand..................................           802.11b / 802.11g
TR  - Turkey....................................           802.11b / 802.11g
TW  - Taiwan.................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
UA  - Ukraine................................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
US  - United States............................. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
USL - United States (Legacy).................... 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
USX - United States (US + chan165).............. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
VE  - Venezuela.................................           802.11b / 802.11g
ZA  - South Africa.............................. 802.11a / 802.11b / 802.11g
 
   

Related Commands

config country
show country
show country channels

show coredump summary

To display a summary of the controller's core dump file, use the show coredump summary command.

show coredump summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the core dump summary:

> show coredump summary
 
   
Core Dump is enabled
FTP Server IP.................................... 10.10.10.17
FTP Filename..................................... file1
FTP Username..................................... ftpuser
FTP Password.................................. *********
 
   

Related Commands

config coredump
config coredump ftp
config coredump username

show cpu

To display current WLAN controller CPU usage information, use the show cpu command.

show cpu

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the current CPU usage information:

> show cpu
 
   
Current CPU load: 2.50%

show custom-web

To display web authentication customization information, use the show custom-web command.

show custom-web

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the web authentication customization information:

> show custom-web
 
   
Radius Authentication Method..................... PAP
Cisco Logo....................................... Enabled
CustomLogo....................................... None
Custom Title..................................... None
Custom Message................................... None
Custom Redirect URL.............................. None
External web authentication Mode................. Disabled
External web authentication URL.................. None
 
   

Related Commands

config custom-web ext-webauth-mode
config custom-web ext-webauth-url
config custom-web ext-webserver
config custom-web redirectUrl
config custom-web webauth-type
config custom-web weblogo
config custom-web webmessage
config custom-web webtitle

show database summary

To display the maximum number of entries in the database, use the show database summary command.

show database summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of the local database configuration:

> show database summary
 
   
Maximum Database Entries......................... 2048
Maximum Database Entries On Next Reboot.......... 2048
Database Contents
    MAC Filter Entries........................... 2
    Exclusion List Entries....................... 0
    AP Authorization List Entries................ 1
    Management Users............................. 1
    Local Network Users.......................... 1
        Local Users.............................. 1
        Guest Users.............................. 0
    Total..................................... 5
 
   

Related Commands

config database size

show debug

To determine if the MAC address and other flag debugging is enabled or disabled, sse the show debug command.

show debug

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display if debugging is enabled:

> show debug
 
   
MAC debugging............................... disabled
 
   
Debug Flags Enabled:
  arp error enabled.
  bcast error enabled.
 
   

Related Commands

debug mac

show dhcp

To display the internal Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server configuration, use the show dhcp command.

show dhcp {detailed | leases | opt-82 | proxy | stats |summary | timeout | scope}

Syntax Description

show

Displaysettings.

dhcp

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol settings.

detailed

Enter detailed to display DHCP information for a particular scope. DHCP sope name allows space by using double quote like "scope 003".

leases

Enter leases to display allocated DHCP leases.

proxy

Enter proxy to display the status if DHCP proxy.

stats

Enter stats to display the DHCP proxy statistics.

summary

Enter summary to display DHCP summary information.

timeout

Enter timeout to display the DHCP timeout information.

scope

Enter the name of a scope to display the DHCP information for that scope.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the allocated DHCP leases:

> show dhcp leases
 
   
No leases allocated.
 
   

This example shows how to display the DHCP summary information:

> show dhcp summary
 
   
Scope Name           Enabled           Address Range
003                    No            0.0.0.0 -> 0.0.0.0
 
   

This example shows how to display the DHCP information for the scope 003:

> show dhcp 003
 
   
Enabled....................................... No
Lease Time.................................... 0
Pool Start.................................... 0.0.0.0
Pool End...................................... 0.0.0.0
Network....................................... 0.0.0.0
Netmask....................................... 0.0.0.0
Default Routers............................... 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0
DNS Domain.................................... 
DNS........................................... 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0
Netbios Name Servers.......................... 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0
 
   

Related Commands

config dhcp
config dhcp proxy
config interface dhcp
config wlan dhcp_server
debug dhcp
debug dhcp service-port
debug disable-all
show dhcp proxy

show dtls connections

To display the Datagram Transport Layer Security (DTLS) server status, use the show dtls connections command.

show dtls connections

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the established DTLS connections:

> show dtls connections
 
   
AP Name         Local Port    Peer IP         Peer Port     Ciphersuite
--------------- ------------- --------------- ------------- -----------------------
1130            Capwap_Ctrl   1.100.163.210   23678         TLS_RSA _WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
1130            Capwap_Data   1.100.163.210   23678         TLS_RSA _WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
1240            Capwap_Ctrl   1.100.163.209   59674         TLS_RSA _WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
 
   

show dhcp proxy

To display the status of DHCP proxy handling, use the show dhcp proxy command.

show dhcp proxy

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the status of dhcp proxy information:

> show dhcp proxy 

DHCP Proxy Behavior: enabled

Related Commands

config dhcp
config dhcp proxy
config interface dhcp
config wlan dhcp_server
debug dhcp
debug dhcp service-port
debug disable-all
show dhcp

show dhcp timeout

To display the DHCP timeout value, use the show dhcp timeout command.

show dhcp timeout

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the DHCP timeout value:

> show dhcp timeout 

DHCP Timeout (seconds)................. 10
 
   

Related Commands

config dhcp
config dhcp timeout
config interface dhcp
config wlan dhcp_server
debug dhcp
debug dhcp service-port
debug disable-all
show dhcp

show eventlog

To display the event log, use the show eventlog command.

show eventlog

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the event log entries:

> show eventlog
                                             Time
       File     Line TaskID   Code        d  h  m  s
EVENT> bootos.c  788 125CEBCC AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 125CEBCC AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 125C597C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 125C597C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 125C597C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 125C597C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 125C597C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 125C597C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 1216C36C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 1216C36C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 1216C36C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0  6
EVENT> bootos.c  788 1216C36C AAAAAAAA    0  0  0 11
 
   

show exclusionlist

To display a summary of all clients on the manual exclusion list (blacklisted) from associating with this Cisco wireless LAN controller, use the show exclusionlist command.

show exclusionlist

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

This command displays all manually excluded MAC addresses.

Examples

This example shows how to display the exclusion list:

> show exclusionlist
 
   
No manually disabled clients.
 
   
Dynamically Disabled Clients
----------------------------
  MAC Address             Exclusion Reason        Time Remaining (in secs)
  -----------             ----------------        ------------------------
 
   
00:40:96:b4:82:55         802.1X Failure          	51
 
   

Related Commands

config exclusionlist

show guest-lan

To display the configuration of a specific wired guest LAN, use the show guest-lan command.

show guest-lan guest_lan_id

Syntax Description

guest_lan_id

ID of selected wired guest LAN.


Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

To display all wired guest LANs configured on the controller, use the show guest-lan summary command.

Examples

This example shows how to display the guest LAN configuration:

> show guest-lan 2
 
   
Guest LAN Identifier........................... 1
Profile Name................................... guestlan
Network Name (SSID)............................ guestlan
Status......................................... Enabled
AAA Policy Override............................ Disabled
Number of Active Clients....................... 1
Exclusionlist Timeout.......................... 60 seconds
Session Timeout................................ Infinity
Interface...................................... wired
Ingress Interface.............................. wired-guest
WLAN ACL....................................... unconfigured
DHCP Server.................................... 10.20.236.90
DHCP Address Assignment Required............... Disabled
Quality of Service............................. Silver (best effort)
Security
	Web Based Authentication................... Enabled
	ACL........................................ Unconfigured
	Web-Passthrough............................ Disabled
	Conditional Web Redirect................... Disabled
	Auto Anchor................................ Disabled
Mobility Anchor List
GLAN ID IP Address Status
 
   

Related Commands

config guest-lan
config guest-lan custom-web ext-webauth-url
config guest-lan custom-web global disable
config guest-lan custom-web login_page
config guest-lan nac
config guest-lan security

show hreap group detail

To display the details for a specific hybrid-REAP group, use the show hreap group detail command.

show hreap group detail group_name

Syntax Description

group_name

IP address of hybrid-REAP group.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the detailed information for a specific hybrid-REAP group:

> show hreap group detail 192.12.1.2
 
   
Number of Ap's in Group: 	1
00:0a:b8:3b:0b:c2 	 AP1200 	 	Joined
 
   
Group Radius Auth Servers:
	Primary Server Index ..................... Disabled
	Secondary Server Index ................... Disabled
 
   

Related Commands

config hreap group
show hreap group summary

show hreap group summary

To display the current list of hybrid-REAP groups, use the show hreap group summary command.

show hreap group summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the current list of hybrid-REAP groups:

> show hreap group summary
 
   
HREAP Group Summary: 	Count 1
 
   
Group Name	 				 	# APs
Group 1 						1
 
   

Related Commands

config hreap group
show hreap group detail

show hreap office-extend

To display hybrid-REAP OfficeExtend access point information, use the show hreap office-extend command.

show hreap office-extend {summary | latency}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays a list of all OfficeExtend access points.

latency

Displays the link delay for OfficeExtend access points.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display information about the list of hybrid-REAP officeExtend access points:

> show hreap office-extend summary
 
   
Summary of OfficeExtend AP
AP Name            Ethernet MAC       Encryption  Join-Mode   Join-Time
------------------ -----------------  ----------  ----------- ----------
AP1130             00:22:90:e3:37:70   Enabled    Latency     Sun Jan 4 21:46:07 2009
AP1140             01:40:91:b5:31:70   Enabled    Latency     Sat Jan 3 19:30:25 2009
 
   

This example shows how to display the hybrid-REAP officeExtend access point's link delay:

> show hreap office-extend latency
 
   
Summary of OfficeExtend AP link latency
AP Name              Status  Current   Maximum   Minimum
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
AP1130               Enabled 15 ms      45 ms     12 ms
AP1140               Enabled 14 ms     179 ms     12 ms
 
   

Related Commands

config hreap group
show hreap group detail

show ike

To display active Internet Key Exchange (IKE) security associations (SAs), use the show ike command.

show ike {brief | detailed} IP_or_MAC_address

Syntax Description

brief

Displays a brief summary of all active IKE SAs.

detailed

Displays a detailed summary of all active IKE SAs.

IP_or_MAC_address

IP or MAC address of active IKE SA.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the active Internet Key Exchange security associations:
 
   
> show ike brief 10.10.10.10

show interface

To display details of the system interfaces, use the show interface command:

show interface {summary | detailed interface_name}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays a summary of the local interfaces.

detailed

Displays detailed interface information.

interface_name

Interface name for detailed display.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of the local interfaces:

> show interface summary
 
   
Interface Name       Port 	Vlan Id    IP Address        Type    Ap Mgr Guest
-------------------  ----   ---------   ----------------  ------ ------ ------
 
   
ap-manager           1 	 	 	 untagged		 	 	 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx  Static   Yes 	No
management           1 	 	 	 	untagged    xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx  Static   No 	No
service-port         N/A     N/A 	 	 	 	 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx  Static   No 	 No
virtual              N/A     N/A 	 	 	 	 xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx  Static   No	 	 No
 
   

This example shows how to display the detailed interface information:

> show interface detailed management
 
   
Interface Name................................... management
MAC Address...................................... 00:0b:85:32:ab:60
IP Address....................................... 1.100.49.30
IP Netmask....................................... 255.255.255.0
IP Gateway....................................... 1.100.49.1
VLAN............................................. 149
Active Physical Port............................. 1
Primary Physical Port............................ 1
Backup Physical Port............................. Unconfigured
Primary DHCP Server.............................. 1.100.2.15
Secondary DHCP Server............................ Unconfigured
ACL.............................................. Unconfigured
AP Manager....................................... No
 
   

Note Some WLAN controllers may have only one physical port listed because they have only one physical port.


 
   

Related Commands

show interface group

show interface group

To display details of system interface groups, use the show interface group command:

show interface group {summary | detailed interface_group_name}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays a summary of the local interface groups.

detailed

Displays detailed interface group information.

interface_group_name

Interface group name for a detailed display.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of local interface groups:

> show interface group summary
 
   
Interface Group Name    Total Interfaces   Total WLANs     Total AP Groups     Quarantine
--------------------    ----------------    ---------      --------------       ---------
mygroup1                      1                0                   0               No
mygroup2                      1                0                   0               No
mygroup3                      5                1                   0               No
 
   

This example shows how to display the detailed interface group information:

> show interface group detailed mygroup1
 
   
Interface Group Name............................. mygroup1
Quarantine ...................................... No
Number of Wlans using the Interface Group........ 0
Number of AP Groups using the Interface Group.... 0
Number of Interfaces Contained................... 1
Interface Group Description...................... My Interface Group
Next interface for allocation to client.......... testabc
Interfaces Contained in this group .............. testabc
 
   
Interface marked with * indicates DHCP dirty interface
 
   

Related Commands

show interface
config interface group

show invalid-config

To see any ignored commands or invalid configuration values in an edited configuration file, use the show invalid-config command.

show invalid-config

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

You can execute this command only before the clear config or save config command.

Examples

This example shows how to display a list of any ignored commands or invalid configuration values in a configuration file:

> show invalid-config
 
   
config wlan peer-blocking drop 3
config wlan dhcp_server 3 192.168.0.44 required
 
   

show inventory

To display a physical inventory of the Cisco wireless LAN controller, use the show inventory command.

show inventory

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

Some wireless LAN controllers may have no crypto accelerator (VPN termination module) or power supplies listed because they have no provisions for VPN termination modules or power supplies.

Examples

This example shows how to display a physical inventory of the controller:

> show inventory 
 
   
Switch Description............................... Cisco Controller
Machine Model.................................... WLC4404-100
Serial Number.................................... FLS0923003B
Burned-in MAC Address............................ 00:0B:85:32:AB:60
Crypto Accelerator 1............................. Absent
Crypto Accelerator 2............................. Absent
Power Supply 1................................... Absent
Power Supply 2................................... Present, OK
 
   

Related Commands

show ap inventory

show IPsec

To display active Internet Protocol Security (IPsec) security associations (SAs), use the show IPsec commands.

show IPsec {brief | detailed} IP_or_MAC_address

Syntax Description

brief

Displays a brief summary of active IPsec SAs.

detailed

Displays a detailed summary of active IPsec SAs.

IP_or_MAC_address

IP address or MAC address of a device.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display brief information about the active Internet Protocol Security (IPsec) security associations (SAs):

> show IPsec brief 10.10.10.10

Related Commands

config radius acct ipsec authentication
config radius acct ipsec disable
config radius acct ipsec enable
config radius acct ipsec encryption
config radius acct ipsec ike
config radius auth IPsec authentication
config radius auth IPsec disable
config radius auth IPsec encryption
config radius auth IPsec ike
config trapflags IPsec
config wlan security IPsec disable
config wlan security IPsec enable
config wlan security IPsec authentication
config wlan security IPsec encryption
config wlan security IPsec config
config wlan security IPsec ike authentication
config wlan security IPsec ike dh-group
config wlan security IPsec ike lifetime
config wlan security IPsec ike phase1
config wlan security IPsec ike contivity

show known ap

To display known Cisco lightweight access point information, use the show known ap command.

show known ap {summary | detailed MAC}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays a list of all known access points.

detailed

Provides detailed information for all known access points.

MAC

MAC address of the known AP.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of all known access points:

> show known ap summary
 
   
MAC Address         State        # APs  # Clients   Last Heard
-----------         -----------  -----   --------   -----------------
 
   

Related Commands

config ap

show l2tp

To display Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) sessions, use the show l2tp command.

show l2tp {summary | ip_address}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays all L2TP sessions.

ip_address

IP address.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of all L2TP sessions:

> show l2tp summary
 
   
LAC_IPaddr LTid LSid RTid RSid ATid ASid State
---------- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- -----
 
   

show lag eth-port-hash

To display the physical port used for specific MAC addresses, use the show lag eth-port-hash command.

show lag eth-port-hash dest_MAC [source_MAC]

Syntax Description

dest_MAC

MAC address to determine output port for non-IP packets.

source_MAC

(Optional) MAC address to determine output port for non-IP packets.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the physical port used for a specific MAC address:

> show lag eth-port-hash 11:11:11:11:11:11
 
   
Destination MAC 11:11:11:11:11:11 currently maps to port 1
 
   

Related Commands

config lag

show lag ip-port-hash

To display the physical port used for specific IP addresses, use the show lag ip-port-hash command.

show lag ip-port-hash dest_IP [source_IP]

Syntax Description

dest_IP

IP address to determine output port for IP packets.

source_IP

(Optional) IP address to determine output port for IP packets.


Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

For CAPWAP packets, enter the AP's IP address. For EOIP packets, enter the WLC's IP address. For WIRED_GUEST packets, enter its IP address. For nontunnelled IP packets from WLC, enter the destination IP address. For other nontunnelled IP packets, enter both destination and source IP addresses.

Examples

This example shows how to display the physical port used for a specific IP address:

> show lag ip-port-hash 192.168.102.138
 
   
Destination IP 192.168.102.138 currently maps to port 1
 
   

Related Commands

config lag

 
   

show lag summary

To display the current link aggregation (LAG) status, use the show lag summary command.

show lag summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the current status of the LAG configuration:

> show lag summary
 
   
LAG Enabled
 
   

Related Commands

config lag

show ldap

To display the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server information for a particular LDAP server, use the show ldap command.

show ldap index

Syntax Description

index

LDAP server index. Valid values are from 1 to 17.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the detailed LDAP server information:

> show ldap 1
Server Index..................................... 1
Address.......................................... 2.3.1.4
Port............................................. 389
Enabled.......................................... Yes
User DN.......................................... name1
User Attribute................................... attr1
User Type........................................ username1
Retransmit Timeout............................... 3 seconds
Bind Method ..................................... Anonymous
 
   

Related Commands

config ldap
config ldap add
config ldap simple-bind
show ldap statistics
show ldap summary

show ldap statistics

To display all Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server information, use the show ldap statistics command.

show ldap statistics

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords:

Examples

This example shows how to display the LDAP server statistics:

> show ldap statistics
 
   
Server Index..................................... 1
Server statistics:
  Initialized OK................................. 0
  Initialization failed.......................... 0
  Initialization retries......................... 0
  Closed OK...................................... 0
Request statistics:
  Received....................................... 0
  Sent........................................... 0
  OK............................................. 0
  Success........................................ 0
  Authentication failed.......................... 0
  Server not found............................... 0
  No received attributes......................... 0
  No passed username............................. 0
  Not connected to server........................ 0
  Internal error................................. 0
  Retries........................................ 0
 
   
Server Index..................................... 2
...
 
   

Related Commands

config ldap
config ldap add
config ldap simple-bind
show ldap
show ldap summary

show ldap summary

To display the current Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server status, use the show ldap summary command.

show ldap summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of configured LDAP servers:

> show ldap summary
 
   

Idx Server Address Port Enabled

--- --------------- ---- -------

1 2.3.1.4 389 Yes

2 10.10.20.22 389 Yes

Related Commands

config ldap
config ldap add
config ldap simple-bind
show ldap
show ldap statistics

show license agent

To display the license agent counter and session information on the Cisco 5500 Series Controller, use the show license agent command.

show license agent {counters | sessions}

Syntax Description

counters

Displays license agent counter information.

sessions

Display session information.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the license agent counters information:

> show license agent counters
 
   
License Agent Counters
Request Messages Received:0: Messages with Errors:0
Request Operations Received:0: Operations with Errors:0
Notification Messages Sent:0: Transmission Errors:0: Soap Errors:0
 
   

This example shows how to display the license agent sessions information:

> show license agent sessions
 
   
License Agent Sessions: 0 open, maximum is 9
 
   

Related Commands

config license agent
clear license agent
show license all
show license detail
show license feature
show license image-level
show license summary

show license all

To display information for all licenses on the Cisco 5500 Series Controller, use the show license all command.

show license all

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display all the licenses:

> show license all
License Store: Primary License Storage
StoreIndex:  0  Feature: wplus-ap-count   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Permanent
        License State: Inactive
        License Count: 12/0/0
        License Priority: Medium
StoreIndex:  1  Feature: base   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Permanent
        License State: Active, Not in Use
        License Count: Non-Counted
        License Priority: Medium
StoreIndex:  2  Feature: wplus   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Permanent
        License State: Active, In Use
        License Count: Non-Counted
        License Priority: Medium
License Store: Evaluation License Storage
StoreIndex:  0  Feature: wplus   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Evaluation
        License State: Inactive
            Evaluation total period:  8 weeks  4 days
            Evaluation period left:  6 weeks  6 days
        License Count: Non-Counted
        License Priority: Low
StoreIndex:  1  Feature: wplus-ap-count   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Evaluation
        License State: Active, In Use
            Evaluation total period:  8 weeks  4 days
            Evaluation period left:  2 weeks  3 days
            Expiry date: Thu Jun 25 18:09:43 2009
        License Count: 250/250/0
        License Priority: High
StoreIndex:  2  Feature: base   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Evaluation
        License State: Inactive
            Evaluation total period:  8 weeks  4 days
            Evaluation period left:  8 weeks  4 days
        License Count: Non-Counted
        License Priority: Low
StoreIndex:  3  Feature: base-ap-count   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Evaluation
        License State: Active, Not in Use, EULA accepted
            Evaluation total period:  8 weeks  4 days
            Evaluation period left:  8 weeks  3 days
        License Count: 250/0/0
        License Priority: Low
 
   

Related Commands

license install
license modify priority
show license agent
show license detail
show license feature
show license image-level
show license summary

show license capacity

To display the maximum number of access points allowed for this license on the Cisco 5500 Series Controller, the number of access points currently joined to the controller, and the number of access points that can still join the controller, use the show license capacity command.

show license capacity

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the license capacity:

> show license capacity
 
   
Licensed Feature    Max Count         Current Count     Remaining Count
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
AP Count            250               47                203

Related Commands

license install
license modify priority
show license agent
show license all
show license detail
show license feature
show license image-level
show license summary

show license detail

To display details of a specific license on the Cisco 5500 Series Controller, use the show license detail command.

show license detail license_name

Syntax Description

license-name

Name of a specific license.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the license details:

> show license detail wplus
Feature: wplus           Period left: Life time
Index:  1       Feature: wplus   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Permanent
        License State: Active, In Use
        License Count: Non-Counted
        License Priority: Medium
        Store Index: 2
        Store Name: Primary License Storage
Index:  2       Feature: wplus   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Evaluation
        License State: Inactive
            Evaluation total period:  8 weeks  4 days
            Evaluation period left:  6 weeks  6 days
        License Count: Non-Counted
        License Priority: Low
        Store Index: 0

Related Commands

license install
license modify priority
show license agent
show license all
show license feature
show license image-level
show license summary

show license expiring

To display details of expiring licenses on the Cisco 5500 Series Controller, use the show license expiring command.

show license expiring

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the details of the expiring licenses:

> show license expiring
StoreIndex:  0  Feature: wplus   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Evaluation
        License State: Inactive
            Evaluation total period:  8 weeks  4 days
            Evaluation period left:  6 weeks  6 days
        License Count: Non-Counted
        License Priority: Low
StoreIndex:  1  Feature: wplus-ap-count   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Evaluation
        License State: Active, In Use
            Evaluation total period:  8 weeks  4 days
            Evaluation period left:  2 weeks  3 days
            Expiry date: Thu Jun 25 18:09:43 2009
        License Count: 250/250/0
        License Priority: High
StoreIndex:  2  Feature: base   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Evaluation
        License State: Inactive
            Evaluation total period:  8 weeks  4 days
            Evaluation period left:  8 weeks  4 days
        License Count: Non-Counted
        License Priority: Low
StoreIndex:  3  Feature: base-ap-count   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Evaluation
        License State: Active, Not in Use, EULA accepted
            Evaluation total period:  8 weeks  4 days
            Evaluation period left:  8 weeks  3 days
        License Count: 250/0/0
        License Priority: Low

Related Commands

license install
license modify priority
show license all
show license detail
show license evaluation
show license in-use
show license summary

show license evaluation

To display details of evaluation licenses on the Cisco 5500 Series Controller, use the show license evaluation command.

show license evaluation

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the details of the evaluation licenses:

> show license evaluation
StoreIndex:  0  Feature: wplus   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Evaluation
        License State: Inactive
            Evaluation total period:  8 weeks  4 days
            Evaluation period left:  6 weeks  6 days
        License Count: Non-Counted
        License Priority: Low
StoreIndex:  1  Feature: wplus-ap-count   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Evaluation
        License State: Active, In Use
            Evaluation total period:  8 weeks  4 days
            Evaluation period left:  2 weeks  3 days
            Expiry date: Thu Jun 25 18:09:43 2009
        License Count: 250/250/0
        License Priority: High
StoreIndex:  2  Feature: base   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Evaluation
        License State: Inactive
            Evaluation total period:  8 weeks  4 days
            Evaluation period left:  8 weeks  4 days
        License Count: Non-Counted
        License Priority: Low
StoreIndex:  3  Feature: base-ap-count   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Evaluation
        License State: Active, Not in Use, EULA accepted
            Evaluation total period:  8 weeks  4 days
            Evaluation period left:  8 weeks  3 days
        License Count: 250/0/0
        License Priority: Low

Related Commands

license install
license modify priority
show license all
show license detail
show license expiring
show license in-use
show license summary

show license feature

To display a summary of license-enabled features on the Cisco 5500 Series Controller, use the show license feature command.

show license feature

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the license-enabled features:

> show license feature
        Feature name Enforcement  Evaluation  Clear Allowed  Enabled
               wplus         yes         yes            yes      yes
      wplus-ap-count         yes         yes            yes      yes
                base          no         yes            yes       no
       base-ap-count         yes         yes            yes       no

Related Commands

license install
license modify priority
show license all
show license detail
show license expiring
show license evaluation
show license image-level
show license in-use
show license summary

show license file

To display a summary of license-enabled features on the Cisco 5500 Series Controller, use the show license file command.

show license file

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Examples

This example shows how to display the license files:

> show license file
License Store: Primary License Storage
  Store Index: 0
    License: 11 wplus-ap-count 1.0 LONG NORMAL STANDALONE EXCL 12_KEYS INFINIT
             E_KEYS NEVER NEVER NiL SLM_CODE CL_ND_LCK NiL *1AR5NS7M5AD8PPU400
              NiL NiL NiL 5_MINS <UDI><PID>AIR-CT5508-K9</PID><SN>RFD000P2D27<
             /SN></UDI> Pe0L7tv8KDUqo:zlPe423S5wasgM8G,tTs0i,7zLyA3VfxhnIe5aJa
             m63lR5l8JM3DPkr4O2DI43iLlKn7jomo3RFl1LjMRqLkKhiLJ2tOyuftQSq2bCAO6
             nR3wIb38xKi3t$<WLC>AQEBIQAB//++mCzRUbOhw28vz0czAY0iAm7ocDLUMb9ER0
             +BD3w2PhNEYwsBN/T3xXBqJqfC+oKRqwInXo3s+nsLU7rOtdOxoIxYZAo3LYmUJ+M
             FzsqlhKoJVlPyEvQ8H21MNUjVbhoN0gyIWsyiJaM8AQIkVBQFzhr10GYolVzdzfJf
             EPQIx6tZ++/Vtc/q3SF/5Ko8XCY=</WLC>
    Comment:
       Hash: iOGjuLlXgLhcTB113ohIzxVioHA=
 
   
. . .

Related Commands

license install
show license all
show license detail
show license expiring
show license feature
show license image-level
show license in-use
show license summary

show license handle

To display the license handles on the Cisco 5500 Series Controller, use the show license handle command.

show license handle

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the license handles:

> show license handle
 
   
Feature: wplus                           , Handle Count: 1
    Units: 01( 0), ID: 0x5e000001, NotifyPC: 0x1001e8f4 LS-Handle (0x00000001),
Units: ( 1)
 
   
    Registered clients: 1
        Context 0x1051b610, epID 0x10029378
Feature: base                            , Handle Count: 0
    Registered clients: 1
        Context 0x1053ace0, epID 0x10029378
Feature: wplus-ap-count                  , Handle Count: 1
    Units: 250( 0), ID: 0xd4000002, NotifyPC: 0x1001e8f4        LS-Handle (0x000
00002), Units: (250)
 
   
    Registered clients: None
Feature: base-ap-count                   , Handle Count: 0
    Registered clients: None
Global Registered clients: 2
                Context 0x10546270, epID 0x100294cc
                Context 0x1053bae8, epID 0x100294cc

Related Commands

license install
show license all
show license detail
show license expiring
show license feature
show license image-level
show license in-use
show license summary

show license image-level

To display the license image level that is in use on the Cisco 5500 Series Controller, use the show license image-level command.

show license image-level

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the image level license settings:

> show license image-level
Module name  Image level  Priority  Configured  Valid license
wnbu         wplus        1         YES         wplus
             base         2         NO
 
   
 NOTE: wplus includes two additional features: Office Extend AP, Mesh AP.

Related Commands

license install
license modify priority
show license all
show license detail
show license expiring
show license feature
show license in-use
show license summary

show license in-use

To display the licenses that are in use on the Cisco 5500 Series Controller, use the show license in-use command.

show license in-use

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the licenses that are in use:

> show license in-use
StoreIndex:  2  Feature: wplus   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Permanent
        License State: Active, In Use
        License Count: Non-Counted
        License Priority: Medium
StoreIndex:  1  Feature: wplus-ap-count   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Evaluation
        License State: Active, In Use
            Evaluation total period:  8 weeks  4 days
            Evaluation period left:  2 weeks  3 days
            Expiry date: Thu Jun 25 18:09:43 2009
        License Count: 250/250/0
        License Priority: High

Related Commands

license install
license modify priority
show license all
show license detail
show license evaluation
show license expiring
show license feature
show license image-level
show license permanent
show license summary

show license permanent

To display the permanent licenses on the Cisco 5500 Series Controller, use the show license permanent command.

show license permanent

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the permanent license's information:

> show license permanent
StoreIndex:  0  Feature: wplus-ap-count   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Permanent
        License State: Inactive
        License Count: 12/0/0
        License Priority: Medium
StoreIndex:  1  Feature: base   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Permanent
        License State: Active, Not in Use
        License Count: Non-Counted
        License Priority: Medium
StoreIndex:  2  Feature: wplus   Version: 1.0
        License Type: Permanent
        License State: Active, In Use
        License Count: Non-Counted
        License Priority: Medium

Related Commands

license install
license modify priority
show license all
show license detail
show license evaluation
show license expiring
show license feature
show license image-level
show license in-use
show license summary

show license status

To display the license status on the Cisco 5500 Series Controller, use the show license status command.

show license status

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the license status:

> show license status
                License Type Supported
        permanent  Non-expiring node locked license
        extension  Expiring node locked license
        evaluation Expiring non node locked license
 
   
                License Operation Supported
        install    Install license
        clear      Clear license
        annotate   Comment license
        save       Save license
        revoke     Revoke license
 
   
                Device status
        Device Credential type: DEVICE
        Device Credential Verification: PASS
        Rehost Type: DC_OR_IC

Related Commands

license install
license modify priority
show license all
show license detail
show license evaluation
show license expiring
show license feature
show license image-level
show license permanent
show license summary

show license statistics

To display license statistics on the Cisco 5500 Series Controller, use the show license statistics command.

show license statistics

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the license statistics:

> show license statistics
                Administrative statistics
        Install success count:       0
        Install failure count:       0
        Install duplicate count:     0
        Comment add count:           0
        Comment delete count:        0
        Clear count:                 0
        Save count:                  0
        Save cred count:             0
 
   
                Client status
        Request success count     2
        Request failure count     0
        Release count             0
        Global Notify count       0

Related Commands

license install
license modify priority
show license all
show license detail
show license evaluation
show license expiring
show license feature
show license image-level
show license permanent
show license summary

show license summary

To display a brief summary of all licenses on the Cisco 5500 Series Controller, use the show license summary command.

show license summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a brief summary of all licenses:

> show license summary
Index 1 Feature: wplus
        Period left: Life time
        License Type: Permanent
        License State: Active, In Use
        License Count: Non-Counted
        License Priority: Medium
Index 2 Feature: wplus-ap-count
        Period left:  2 weeks  3 days
        License Type: Evaluation
        License State: Active, In Use
        License Count: 250/250/0
        License Priority: High
Index 3 Feature: base
        Period left: Life time
        License Type: Permanent
        License State: Active, Not in Use
        License Count: Non-Counted
        License Priority: Medium
Index 4 Feature: base-ap-count
        Period left:  8 weeks  3 days
        License Type: Evaluation
        License State: Active, Not in Use, EULA accepted
        License Count: 250/0/0
        License Priority: Low

Related Commands

license install
license modify priority
show license all
show license detail
show license evaluation
show license expiring
show license feature
show license image-level
show license permanent
show license summary

show license udi

To display unique device identifier (UDI) values for licenses on the Cisco 5500 Series Controller, use the show license udi command.

show license udi

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the UDI values for licenses:

> show license udi
 
   
Device# PID                     SN                      UDI
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*0      AIR-CT5508-K9           RFD000P2D27             AIR-CT5508-K9:RFD000P2D27

Related Commands

license install
license modify priority
show license all
show license detail
show license evaluation
show license expiring
show license feature
show license image-level
show license permanent
show license summary

show load-balancing

To display the status of the load-balancing feature, use the show load-balancing command.

show load-balancing

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the load-balancing status:

> show load-balancing
 
   
Aggressive Load Balancing........................ Enabled
Aggressive Load Balancing Window................. 0 clients
Aggressive Load Balancing Denial Count........... 3
Statistics
Total Denied Count............................... 10 clients
Total Denial Sent................................ 20 messages
Exceeded Denial Max Limit Count.................. 0 times
None 5G Candidate Count.......................... 0 times
None 2.4G Candidate Count..................... 0 times

Related Commands

config load-balancing

show local-auth certificates

To display local authentication certificate information, use the show local-auth certificates command:

show local-auth certificates

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the authentication certificate information stored locally:

> show local-auth certificates 

Certificates available for Local EAP authentication: 
 
Certificate issuer .............................. vendor
CA certificate:
Subject: C=AU, ST=NSW, L=Sydney, O=Cisco Systems 
OU=WNBU Sydney, CN=wnbu-syd-acs-a.cisco.com 
Issuer: C=AU, ST=NSW, L=Sydney, O=Cisco Systems 
OU=WNBU Sydney, CN=wnbu-syd-acs-a.cisco.com 
Valid: 2005 Jun 15th, 04:53:49 GMT to 2008 Jun 15th, 05:03:34 GMT 
Device certificate: 
Subject: MAILTO=test@test.net, C=AU, ST=NSW, L=Sydney 
O=Cisco Systems, OU=WNBU Sydney, CN=concannon 
Issuer: C=AU, ST=NSW, L=Sydney, O=Cisco Systems 
OU=WNBU Sydney, CN=wnbu-syd-acs-a.cisco.com 
Valid: 2006 Aug 9th, 05:14:16 GMT to 2007 Aug 9th, 05:24:16 GMT
 
   
Certificate issuer .............................. cisco
CA certificate:
Subject: C=US, ST=California, L=San Jose, O=airespace Inc 
OU=none, CN=ca, MAILTO=support@airespace.com 
Issuer: C=US, ST=California, L=San Jose, O=airespace Inc 
OU=none, CN=ca, MAILTO=support@airespace.com 
Valid: 2003 Feb 12th, 23:38:55 GMT to 2012 Nov 11th, 23:38:55 GMT 
Device certificate: 
Subject: C=US, ST=California, L=San Jose, O=airespace Inc 
CN=000b85335340, MAILTO=support@airespace.com 
Issuer: C=US, ST=California, L=San Jose, O=airespace Inc 
OU=none, CN=ca, MAILTO=support@airespace.com 
Valid: 2005 Feb 22nd, 10:52:58 GMT to 2014 Nov 22nd, 10:52:58 GMT
 
   
Certificate issuer .............................. legacy
CA certificate:
Subject: C=US, ST=California, L=San Jose, O=airespace Inc 
OU=none, CN=ca, MAILTO=support@airespace.com 
Issuer: C=US, ST=California, L=San Jose, O=airespace Inc 
OU=none, CN=ca, MAILTO=support@airespace.com 
Valid: 2003 Feb 12th, 23:38:55 GMT to 2012 Nov 11th, 23:38:55 GMT 
 
Device certificate: 
Subject: C=US, ST=California, L=San Jose, O=airespace Inc 
CN=000b85335340, MAILTO=support@airespace.com 
Issuer: C=US, ST=California, L=San Jose, O=airespace Inc 
OU=none, CN=ca, MAILTO=support@airespace.com 
Valid: 2005 Feb 22nd, 10:52:58 GMT to 2014 Nov 22nd, 10:52:58 GMT

Related Commands

clear stats local-auth
config local-auth active-timeout
config local-auth eap-profile
config local-auth method fast
config local-auth user-credentials
debug aaa local-auth
show local-auth config
show local-auth statistics

show local-auth config

To display local authentication configuration information, use the show local-auth config command.

show local-auth config

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the local authentication configuration information:

> show local-auth config
 
   
User credentials database search order:
Primary ................................... Local DB
 
   
Configured EAP profiles:
Name ...................................... fast-test
Certificate issuer .................... default
Enabled methods ....................... fast
Configured on WLANs ................... 2
 
   
EAP Method configuration:
EAP-TLS:
Certificate issuer .................... default
Peer verification options:
	Check against CA certificates ..... Enabled
	Verify certificate CN identity .... Disabled
	Check certificate date validity ... Enabled
EAP-FAST:
TTL for the PAC ....................... 3 600
Initial client message ................ <none>
Local certificate required ............ No
Client certificate required ........... No
Vendor certificate required ........... No
Anonymous provision allowed ........... Yes
Authenticator ID ...................... 7b7fffffff0000000000000000000000
Authority Information ................. Test
 
   
EAP Profile.................................... tls-prof
Enabled methods for this profile .......... tls
Active on WLANs ........................... 1 3
EAP Method configuration:
EAP-TLS:
Certificate issuer used ............... cisco
Peer verification options:
	Check against CA certificates ..... disabled
	Verify certificate CN identity .... disabled
	Check certificate date validity ... disabled

Related Commands

clear stats local-auth
config local-auth active-timeout
config local-auth eap-profile
config local-auth method fast
config local-auth user-credentials
debug aaa local-auth
show local-auth certificates
show local-auth statistics

show local-auth statistics

To display local Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) authentication statistics, use the show local-auth statistics command:

show local-auth statistics

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the local authentication certificate statistics:

> show local-auth statistics
 
   
Local EAP authentication DB statistics:
Requests received ............................... 14
Responses returned .............................. 14
Requests dropped (no EAP AVP) ................... 0
Requests dropped (other reasons) ................ 0
Authentication timeouts ......................... 0
 
   
Authentication statistics:
  Method          Success         Fail
  ------------------------------------
  Unknown               0            0
  LEAP                  0            0
  EAP-FAST              2				 	 	 	 	 	 0
  EAP-TLS               0            0
  PEAP                  0            0
 
   
Local EAP credential request statistics:
Requests sent to LDAP DB ........................ 0
Requests sent to File DB ........................ 2
Requests failed (unable to send) ................ 0
Authentication results received:
  Success ....................................... 2
  Fail .......................................... 0
Certificate operations:
Local device certificate load failures .......... 0
Total peer certificates checked ................. 0
Failures:
  CA issuer check ............................... 0
  CN name not equal to identity ................. 0
  Dates not valid or expired .................... 0

Related Commands

clear stats local-auth
config local-auth active-timeout
config local-auth eap-profile
config local-auth method fast
config local-auth user-credentials
debug aaa local-auth
show local-auth certificates
show local-auth config

show location

To display location system information, use the show location command.

show location [detail mac_address | summary]

Syntax Description

detail

(Optional) Displays detailed location information.

mac_address

MAC address of a client.

summary

(Optional) Displays summary location information.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the location summary information:

> show location summary
 
   
 Location Summary
 
   
 Algorithm used:                 Average
 Client
        RSSI expiry timeout:     5 sec
        Half life:               0 sec
        Notify Threshold:        0 db
 Calibrating Client
        RSSI expiry timeout:     5 sec
        Half life:               0 sec
 Rogue AP
        RSSI expiry timeout:     5 sec
        Half life:               0 sec
        Notify Threshold:        0 db
 RFID Tag
        RSSI expiry timeout:     5 sec
        Half life:               0 sec
        Notify Threshold:        0 db

Related Commands

clear location rfid
clear location statistics rfid
config location
show location statistics rfid

show location statistics rfid

To see any radio frequency identification (RFID)-related errors, use the show location statistics rfid command.

show location statistics rfid

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the detailed location RFID statistics:

> show location statistics rfid
 
   
RFID Statistics
 
Database Full :         0        Failed Delete:         0
Null Bufhandle:         0        Bad Packet:            0
Bad LWAPP Data:         0        Bad LWAPP Encap:       0
Off Channel:            0        Bad CCX Version:       0
Bad AP Info :           0 
Above Max RSSI:         0        Below Max RSSI:        0
Invalid RSSI:           0        Add RSSI Failed:       0
Oldest Expired RSSI:    0        Smallest Overwrite:    0

Related Commands

clear location rfid
clear location statistics rfid
config location
show location

show logging

To display the syslog facility logging parameters and buffer contents, use the show logging command.

show logging

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the current settings and buffer content details:

> show logging
 
   
Logging to buffer :
- Logging of system messages to buffer :
 - Logging filter level.......................... errors
 - Number of system messages logged.............. 67227
 - Number of system messages dropped............. 21136
- Logging of debug messages to buffer ........... Disabled
 - Number of debug messages logged............... 0
 - Number of debug messages dropped.............. 0
Logging to console :
- Logging of system messages to console :
 - Logging filter level.......................... errors
 - Number of system messages logged.............. 0
 - Number of system messages dropped............. 88363
- Logging of debug messages to console .......... Enabled
 - Number of debug messages logged............... 0
 - Number of debug messages dropped.............. 0
Logging to syslog :
- Syslog facility................................ local0
- Logging of system messages to syslog :
 - Logging filter level.......................... errors
 - Number of system messages logged.............. 67227
--More-- or (q)uit
 - Number of system messages dropped............. 21136
- Logging of debug messages to syslog ........... Disabled
 - Number of debug messages logged............... 0
 - Number of debug messages dropped.............. 0
- Number of remote syslog hosts.................. 0
  - Host 0....................................... Not Configured
  - Host 1....................................... Not Configured
  - Host 2....................................... Not Configured
Logging of traceback............................. Disabled
Logging of process information................... Disabled
Logging of source file informational............. Enabled
Timestamping of messages.........................
- Timestamping of system messages................ Enabled
 - Timestamp format.............................. Date and Time
- Timestamping of debug messages................. Enabled
 - Timestamp format.............................. Date and Time
 
   
 Logging buffer (67227 logged, 21136 dropped)
 
   
*Apr 03 09:48:01.728: %MM-3-INVALID_PKT_RECVD: mm_listen.c:5508 Received an invalid
packet from 1.100.163.51. Source member:0.0.0.0. source member unknown.
*Apr 03 09:47:34.194: %LWAPP-3-DECODE_ERR: spam_lrad.c:1271 Error decoding discovery
request from AP 00:13:5f:0e:d4:20
*Apr 03 09:47:34.194: %LWAPP-3-DISC_OTAP_ERR: spam_lrad.c:5554 Ignoring OTAP discovery 
request from AP 00:13:5f:0e:d4:20, OTAP is disabled
Previous message occurred 2 times.

Related Commands

config logging syslog host
config logging syslog facility
config logging syslog level

show loginsession

To display the existing sessions, use the show loginsession command.

show loginsession

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the current session details:

> show loginsession
 
   
ID    username     Connection From   Idle Time    Session Time
-- ---------------  ---------------  ------------  ------------
00 admin            EIA-232          00:00:00      00:19:04

Related Commands

config loginsession close

show macfilter

To display the MAC filter parameters, use the show macfilter command.

show macfilter {summary | detail MAC}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays a summary of all MAC filter entries.

detail MAC

Detailed display of a MAC filter entry.


Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

The MAC delimiter (none, colon, or hyphen) for MAC addresses sent to RADIUS servers is displayed. The MAC filter table lists the clients that are always allowed to associate with a wireless LAN.

Examples

This example shows how to display the detailed display of a MAC filter entry:

> show macfilter detail xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
 
   
MAC Address...................................... xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
WLAN Identifier.................................. Any
Interface Name................................... management
Description...................................... RAP
 
   

This example shows how to display a summary of the MAC filter parameters:

> show macfilter summary
 
   
MAC Filter RADIUS Compatibility mode............. Cisco ACS
MAC Filter Delimiter............................. None
 
   
Local Mac Filter Table
 
   
MAC Address               WLAN Id          Description
-----------------------   --------------   --------------------------------
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx         Any              RAP
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx         Any              PAP2 (2nd hop)
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx         Any              PAP1 (1st hop)

Related Commands

config macfilter
config macfilter description
config macfilter interfac
config macfilter ip-address
config macfilter mac-delimiter
config macfilter radius-compat
config macfilter wlan-id

show memory monitor

To display a summary of memory analysis settings and any discovered memory issues, use the show memory monitor command.

show memory monitor [detail]

Syntax Description

detail

(Optional) Displays details of any memory leaks or corruption.


Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

Be careful when changing the defaults for the config memory monitor command unless you know what you are doing, you have detected a problem, or you are collecting troubleshooting information.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of memory monitoring settings and a summary of test results:

> show memory monitor
 
   
Memory Leak Monitor Status:
low_threshold(10000), high_threshold(30000), current status(disabled)
-------------------------------------------
Memory Error Monitor Status:
Crash-on-error flag currently set to (disabled)
No memory error detected.
 
   
 
   

This example shows how to display the monitor test results:

> show memory monitor detail
Memory error detected. Details:
------------------------------------------------
- Corruption detected at pmalloc entry address:        (0x179a7ec0)
- Corrupt entry:headerMagic(0xdeadf00d),trailer(0xabcd),poison(0xreadceef),
entrysize(128),bytes(100),thread(Unknown task name,task id = (332096592)),
file(pmalloc.c),line(1736),time(1027)
 
   
Previous 1K memory dump from error location.
------------------------------------------------
(179a7ac0): 00000000 00000000 00000000 ceeff00d readf00d 00000080 00000000 00000000
(179a7ae0): 17958b20 00000000 1175608c 00000078 00000000 readceef 179a7afc 00000001
(179a7b00): 00000003 00000006 00000001 00000004 00000001 00000009 00000009 0000020d
(179a7b20): 00000001 00000002 00000002 00000001 00000004 00000000 00000000 5d7b9aba
(179a7b40): cbddf004 192f465e 7791acc8 e5032242 5365788c a1b7cee6 00000000 00000000
(179a7b60): 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ceeff00d readf00d 00000080
(179a7b80): 00000000 00000000 17958dc0 00000000 1175608c 00000078 00000000 readceef
(179a7ba0): 179a7ba4 00000001 00000003 00000006 00000001 00000004 00000001 00003763
(179a7c00): 1722246c 1722246c 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ceeff00d
(179a7c20): readf00d 00000080 00000000 00000000 179a7b78 00000000 1175608c 00000078
...

Related Commands

config memory monitor errors
config memory monitor leaks
debug memory

show reset

To display the scheduled system reset parameters, use the show reset command.

show reset

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the scheduled system reset parameters:

> show reset
 
   
System reset is scheduled for Mar 27 01 :01 :01 2010
Current local time and date is Mar 24 02:57:44 2010
A trap will be generated 10 minutes before each scheduled system reset.
Use `reset system cancel' to cancel the reset.
Configuration will be saved before the system reset.
 
   

Related Commands

reset system at
reset system in
reset system cancel
reset system notify-time

show remote-lan

To display information about remote LAN configuration, use the show remote-lan command.

show remote-lan { summary | remote-lan-id }

Syntax Description

summary

Displays a summary of all remote LANs.

remote-lan-id

Remote LAN identifier.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of all remote LANs:

> show remote-lan summary
 
   
Number of Remote LANS............................ 2
 
   
RLAN ID  RLAN Profile Name                      Status    Interface Name
-------  -------------------------------------  --------  --------------------
2        remote                                 Disabled  management
8        test                                   Disabled  management
 
   

This example shows configuration information about the remote LAN with the remote-lan-id 2:

> show remote-lan 2
 
   
Remote LAN Identifier............................ 2
Profile Name..................................... remote
Status........................................... Disabled
MAC Filtering.................................... Disabled
AAA Policy Override.............................. Disabled
Network Admission Control
 
   
  Radius-NAC State............................... Disabled
  SNMP-NAC State................................. Disabled
  Quarantine VLAN................................ 0
Maximum number of Associated Clients............. 0
Number of Active Clients......................... 0
Exclusionlist.................................... Disabled
Session Timeout.................................. Infinity
CHD per Remote LAN............................... Enabled
Webauth DHCP exclusion........................... Disabled
Interface........................................ management
Remote LAN ACL................................... unconfigured
DHCP Server...................................... Default
DHCP Address Assignment Required................. Disabled
Static IP client tunneling....................... Disabled
Radius Servers
   Authentication................................ Global Servers
   Accounting.................................... Global Servers
   Dynamic Interface............................. Disabled
Security
 
   
   Web Based Authentication...................... Enabled
        ACL............................................. Unconfigured
        Web Authentication server precedence:
        1............................................... local
        2............................................... radius
        3............................................... ldap
   Web-Passthrough............................... Disabled
   Conditional Web Redirect...................... Disabled
   Splash-Page Web Redirect...................... Disabled

Related Commands

config memory monitor errors
config memory monitor leaks
debug memory

Show Media-Stream Commands

Use the show media-stream commands to display the multicast-direct configuration state.

show media-stream client

To display the details for a specific media-stream client or a set of clients, use the show media-stream client command.

show media-stream client media-stream_name | summary

Syntax Description

media-stream_name

Name of the media-stream client of which the details is to be displayed.

summary

Displays the details for a set of media-stream clients.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary media-stream clients:

> show media-stream client summary
 
   
Number of Clients................................ 1
 
   
Client Mac         Stream Name  Stream Type  Radio WLAN  QoS    Status
-----------------  -----------  -----------  ----  ----  ------ -------
00:1a:73:dd:b1:12  mountainview  MC-direct    2.4   2     Video  Admitted

Related Commands

show media-stream group summary

show media-stream group detail

To display the details for a specific media-stream group, use the show media-stream group detail command.

show media-stream group detail media-stream_name

Syntax Description

media-stream_name

Name of the media-stream group.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display media-stream group configuration details:

> show media-stream group detail abc
 
   
Media Stream Name................................ abc
Start IP Address................................. 227.8.8.8
End IP Address................................... 227.9.9.9
 RRC Parameters
 Avg Packet Size(Bytes).......................... 1200
 Expected Bandwidth(Kbps)........................ 300
 Policy.......................................... Admit
 RRC re-evaluation............................... periodic
 QoS............................................. Video
 Status.......................................... Multicast-direct
 Usage Priority.................................. 5
 Violation....................................... drop

Related Commands

show media-stream group summary

show media-stream group summary

To display the summary of the media stream and client information, use the show media-stream group summary command.

show media-stream group summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of the media-stream group:

> show media-stream group summary
 
   
Stream Name   Start IP       End IP         Operation Status
------------- -------------- -------------- ----------------
abc           227.8.8.8      227.9.9.9      Multicast-direct

Related Commands

Show Mesh Commands

To display settings for outdoor and indoor mesh access points, use the show mesh commands.

show mesh ap

To display settings for mesh access points, use the show mesh ap commands.

show mesh ap {summary | tree}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays a summary of mesh access point information including the name, model, bridge virtual interface (BVI) MAC address, United States Computer Emergency Response Team (US-CERT) MAC address, hop, and bridge group name.

tree

Displays a summary of mesh access point information in a tree configuration, including the name, hop counter, link signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), and bridge group name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary format:

> show mesh ap summary
 
   
AP Name AP Model             BVI MAC              CERT MAC        Hop    Bridge Group Name
------------------  -------------------  -----------------  ------------------   -----  --
SB_RAP1 AIR-LAP1522AG-A-K9   00:1d:71:0e:d0:00  00:1d:71:0e:d0:00   0      sbox
SB_MAP1 AIR-LAP1522AG-A-K9   00:1d:71:0e:85:00  00:1d:71:0e:85:00   1      sbox
SB_MAP2 AIR-LAP1522AG-A-K9   00:1b:d4:a7:8b:00  00:1b:d4:a7:8b:00   2      sbox
SB_MAP3 AIR-LAP1522AG-A-K9   00:1d:71:0d:ee:00  00:1d:71:0d:ee:00   3      sbox
 
   
Number of Mesh APs............................... 4
Number of RAPs................................... 1
Number of MAPs................................... 3
 
   

This example shows how to display settings in a hierarchical (tree) format:

> show mesh ap tree
 
   
 =======================================================
||  AP Name [Hop Counter, Link SNR, Bridge Group Name] ||
 =======================================================
 
   
[Sector 1]
----------
SB_RAP1[0,0,sbox]
  |-SB_MAP1[1,32,sbox]
    |-SB_MAP2[2,27,sbox]
      |-SB_MAP3[3,30,sbox]
 
   
----------------------------------------------------
Number of Mesh APs............................... 4
Number of RAPs................................... 1
Number of MAPs................................... 3
----------------------------------------------------

Related Commands

config mesh alarm
config mesh astools
config mesh battery-state

show mesh astools stats

To display antistranding statistics for outdoor mesh access points, use the show mesh astools stats command.

show mesh astools stats [cisco_ap]

Syntax Description

cisco_ap

(Optional) Antistranding feature statistics for a designated mesh access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display anti-stranding statistics on all outdoor mesh access points:

> show mesh astools stats
 
   
Total No of Aps stranded : 0
 
   
 
   

This example shows how to display anti-stranding statistics for access point sb_map1:

> show mesh astools stats sb_map1
 
   
Total No of Aps stranded : 0

Related Commands

config mesh astools
show mesh config
show mesh stats

show mesh backhaul

To check the current backhaul, use the show mesh backhaul command.

show mesh backhaul cisco_ap

Syntax Description

cisco_ap

Name of the access point.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the current backhaul:

> show mesh backhaul ap_abc
 
   

If the current backhaul is 5 GHz, the output is as follows:

Basic Basic Attributes for Slot  0
    Radio Type................................... RADIO_TYPE_80211g
    Radio Role................................... DOWNLINK ACCESS
    Administrative State ........................ ADMIN_ENABLED
    Operation State ............................. UP
      Current Tx Power Level .................... 1
 
   
If the current backhaul is 2.4 GHz, the output is as follows:
Basic Attributes for Slot  1
    Radio Type................................... RADIO_TYPE_80211a
    Radio Subband................................ RADIO_SUBBAND_ALL
    Radio Role................................... DOWNLINK ACCESS
    Administrative State ........................ ADMIN_ENABLED
    Operation State ............................. UP
      Current Tx Power Level .................... 1
      Current Channel ........................... 165
      Antenna Type............................... EXTERNAL_ANTENNA
      External Antenna Gain (in .5 dBm units).... 0
Current Channel...................................6
Antenna Type......................................Externa_ANTENNA
External Antenna Gain (in .5 dBm units)...........0
 
   

Related Commands

config mesh battery-state
show mesh config
show mesh stats

show mesh cac

To display call admission control (CAC) topology and the bandwidth used or available in a mesh network, use the show mesh cac command.

show mesh cac {summary | {bwused {voice | video} | access | callpath | rejected} cisco_ap}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays the total number of voice calls and voice bandwidth used for each mesh access point.

bwused

Displays the bandwidth for a selected access point in a tree topology.

voice

Displays the mesh topology and the voice bandwidth used or available.

video

Displays the mesh topology and the video bandwidth used or available.

access

Displays access voice calls in progress in a tree topology.

callpath

Displays the call bandwidth distributed across the mesh tree.

rejected

Displays voice calls rejected for insufficient bandwidth in a tree topology.

cisco_ap

Mesh access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of the call admission control settings:

> show mesh cac summary
 
   
AP Name              Slot#    Radio  BW Used/Max  Calls                                                     
-----------------  -------  -----  -----------  -----                                                     
SB_RAP1              0        11b/g   0/23437      0
                     1        11a     0/23437      0
SB_MAP1              0        11b/g   0/23437      0 
                     1        11a     0/23437      0 
SB_MAP2              0        11b/g   0/23437      0 
                     1        11a     0/23437      0 
SB_MAP3              0        11b/g   0/23437      0 
                     1        11a     0/23437      0 
 
   
 
   

This example shows how to display the mesh topology and the voice bandwidth used or available:

> show mesh cac bwused voice SB_MAP1                                                    
 
   
AP Name                Slot#    Radio      BW Used/Max                                                     
-------------        -------  -----      -----------                                                     
    SB_RAP1              0      11b/g       0/23437
                         1      11a         0/23437
|   SB_MAP1              0      11b/g       0/23437
                         1      11a         0/23437
||  SB_MAP2              0      11b/g       0/23437
                         1      11a         0/23437
||| SB_MAP3              0      11b/g       0/23437
                         1      11a         0/23437 
 
   
 
   
 
   

This example shows how to display the access voice calls in progress in a tree topology:

> show mesh cac access 1524_Map1
 
    AP Name             Slot#   Radio     Calls
    -------------      -------  -----    -----
    1524_Rap             0      11b/g      0
                         1      11a        0
                         2      11a        0
|   1524_Map1            0      11b/g      0
                         1      11a        0
                         2      11a        0
||  1524_Map2            0      11b/g      0
                         1      11a        0
                         2      11a        0

Related Commands

config 802.11 cac video acm
config 802.11 cac video max-bandwidth
config 802.11 cac video roam-bandwidth
config 802.11 cac video tspec-inactivity-timeout
config 802.11 cac voice acm
config 802.11 cac voice max-bandwidth
config 802.11 cac voice roam-bandwidth
config 802.11 cac voice tspec-inactivity-timeout
config 802.11 cac voice load-based
debug cac

show mesh client-access

To display the backhaul client access configuration setting, use the show mesh client-access command.

show mesh client-access

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display backhaul client access configuration settings for a mesh access point:

> show mesh client-access
 
   
Backhaul with client access status: enabled
Backhaul with client access extended status(3 radio AP): disabled

Related Commands

config mesh client-access

show mesh config

To display mesh configuration settings, use the show mesh config command.

show mesh config

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display global mesh configuration settings:

> show mesh config
 
   
Mesh Range....................................... 12000
Mesh Statistics update period.................... 3 minutes
Backhaul with client access status............... disabled
Backhaul with extended client access status...... disabled
Background Scanning State........................ enabled
Backhaul Amsdu State............................. disabled
 
Mesh Security
   Security Mode................................. EAP
   External-Auth................................. disabled
   Use MAC Filter in External AAA server......... disabled
   Force External Authentication................. disabled
 
Mesh Alarm Criteria
   Max Hop Count................................. 4
   Recommended Max Children for MAP.............. 10
   Recommended Max Children for RAP.............. 20
   Low Link SNR.................................. 12
   High Link SNR................................. 60
   Max Association Number........................ 10
   Association Interval.......................... 60 minutes
   Parent Change Numbers......................... 3
 
Parent Change Interval........................ 60 minutes
 
   
Mesh Multicast Mode.............................. In-Out
Mesh Full Sector DFS............................. enabled
 
   
Mesh Ethernet Bridging VLAN Transparent Mode..... disabled
 
Mesh DCA channels for serial backhaul APs........ enabled
Mesh Slot Bias................................... enabled
 
   

Related Commands

show mesh stats
show mgmtuser
config mesh alarm

show mesh env

To display global or specific environment summary information for mesh networks, use the show mesh env command.

show mesh env {summary | cisco_ap}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays global environment summary information.

cisco_ap

Name of access point for which environment summary information is requested.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display global environment summary information:

> show mesh env summary
 
   
AP Name             Temperature(C)  Heater   Ethernet  Battery
------------------  --------------  ------   --------  -------
ap1130:5f:be:90      N/A             N/A      DOWN     N/A
AP1242:b2.31.ea      N/A             N/A      DOWN     N/A
AP1131:f2.8d.92      N/A             N/A      DOWN     N/A
AP1131:46f2.98ac     N/A             N/A      DOWN     N/A
ap1500:62:39:70      -36             OFF      UP       N/A
 
   
 
   

This example shows how to display an environment summary for an access point:

> show mesh env SB_RAP1
 
   
AP Name.......................................... SB_RAP1
AP Model......................................... AIR-LAP1522AG-A-K9
AP Role.......................................... RootAP
 
   
Temperature...................................... 21 C, 69 F
Heater........................................... OFF
Backhaul......................................... GigabitEthernet0
 
   
GigabitEthernet0 Status.......................... UP
    Duplex....................................... FULL
    Speed........................................ 100
    Rx Unicast Packets........................... 114754
    Rx Non-Unicast Packets....................... 1464
    Tx Unicast Packets........................... 9630
    Tx Non-Unicast Packets....................... 3331
GigabitEthernet1 Status.......................... DOWN
  POE Out........................................ OFF
 
   
Battery.......................................... N/A

Related Commands

show mesh stats

show mesh neigh

To display summary or detailed information about the mesh neighbors for a specific mesh access point, use the show mesh neigh command.

show mesh neigh {detail | summary} {cisco_ap | all}

Syntax Description

detail

Displays the channel and signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) details between the designated mesh access point and its neighbor.

summary

Displays the mesh neighbors for a designated mesh access point.

cisco_ap

Cisco lightweight access point name.

all

Displays all access points.



Note If an AP itself is configured with the name `all', then the `all access points' case takes precedence over the AP that is named `all'.


Examples

This example shows how to display a neighbor summary of an access point:

> show mesh neigh summary RAP1
 
   
AP Name/Radio Mac Channel Rate  Link-Snr  Flags      State
----------------- ------- ----- -------- --------   --------
00:1D:71:0F:CA:00 157      54     6        0x0        BEACON
00:1E:14:48:25:00 157      24     1        0x0        BEACON
MAP1-BB00         157      54     41       0x11       CHILD BEACON
 
   
 
   

This example shows how to display the detailed neighbor statistics of an access point:

> show mesh neigh detail RAP1
 
   
AP MAC : 00:1E:BD:1A:1A:00 AP Name: HOR1522_MINE06_MAP_S_Dyke 
backhaul rate 54
FLAGS : 860 BEACON 
worstDv 255, Ant 0, channel 153, biters 0, ppiters 0 
Numroutes 0, snr 0, snrUp 8, snrDown 8, linkSnr 8 
adjustedEase 0, unadjustedEase 0 
txParent 0, rxParent 0 
poorSnr 0 
lastUpdate 2483353214 (Sun Aug 4 23:51:58 1912) 
parentChange 0 
Per antenna smoothed snr values: 0 0 0 0 
Vector through 00:1E:BD:1A:1A:00
 
   

Table 2-2 lists the output flags displayed for the config mesh linktest command.

Table 2-2 Output Flags for the Config Mesh Linktest Command 

Output Flag
Description

AP MAC

MAC address of a mesh neighbor for a designated mesh access point.

AP Name

Name of the mesh access point.

FLAGS

Describes adjacency. The possible values are as follows:

UPDATED—Recently updated neighbor.

NEIGH—One of the top neighbors.

EXCLUDED—Neighbor is currently excluded.

WASEXCLUDED—Neighbor was recently removed from the exclusion list.

PERMSNR—Permanent SNR neighbor.

CHILD—A child neighbor.

PARENT—A parent neighbor.

NEEDUPDATE—Not a current neighbor and needs an update.

BEACON—Heard a beacon from this neighbor.

ETHER—Ethernet neighbor.

worstDv

Worst distance vector through the neighbor.

Ant

Antenna on which the route was received.

channel

Channel of the neighbor.

biters

Number of black list timeouts left.

ppiters

Number of potential parent timeouts left.

Numroutes

Number of distance routes.

snr

Signal to Noise Ratio.

snrUp

SNR of the link to the AP.

snrDown

SNR of the link from the AP.

linkSnr

Calculated SNR of the link.

adjustedEase

Ease to the root AP through this AP. It is based on the current SNR and threshold SNR values.

unadjustedEase

Ease to the root AP through this AP after applying correct for number of hops.

txParent

Packets sent to this node while it was a parent.

rxparent

Packets received from this node while it was a parent.

poorSnr

Packets with poor SNR received from a node.

lastUpdate

Timestamp of the last received message for this neighbor

parentChange

When this node last became parent.

per antenna smoother SNR values

SNR value is populated only for antenna 0.


Related Commands

show mesh config
show mesh env

show mesh path

To display the channel and signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) details for a link between a mesh access point and its neighbor, use the show mesh path command.

show mesh path cisco_ap

Syntax Description

cisco_ap

Mesh access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display channel and SNR details for a designated link path:

> show mesh path mesh-45-rap1
 
   
AP Name/Radio Mac Channel Rate  Link-Snr  Flags      State
----------------- ------- ----- -------- --------   --------
MAP1-BB00         157      54     32       0x0       UPDATED NEIGH PARENT BEACON
RAP1              157      54     37       0x0        BEACON

Related Commands

config mesh battery-state
config mesh client-access
config mesh linktest
config mesh range
show mesh config
show mesh neigh
show mesh stats

show mesh per-stats

To display the percentage of packet errors for packets transmitted by the neighbors of a specified mesh access point, use the show mesh per-stats command.

show mesh per-stats summary {cisco_ap | all}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays the packet error rate stats summary.

cisco_ap

Name of mesh access point.

all

Displays all mesh access points.



Note If an AP itself is configured with the name `all', then the `all access points' case takes precedence over the AP that is named `all'.


Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

The packet error rate percentage equals 1, which is the number of successfully transmitted packets divided by the number of total packets transmitted.

Examples

This example shows how to display the percentage of packet errors for packets transmitted by the neighbors to a mesh access point:

> show mesh per-stats summary ap_12
 
   
Neighbor MAC Address 00:0B:85:5F:FA:F0
Total Packets transmitted:              104833
Total Packets transmitted successfully: 104833
Total Packets retried for transmission: 33028
RTS Attempts:                           0
RTS Success:                            0
Neighbor MAC Address:                   00:0B:85:80:ED:D0
Total Packets transmitted:              0
Total Packets transmitted successfully: 0
Total Packets retried for transmission: 0
Neighbor MAC Address:                   00:17:94:FE:C3:5F
Total Packets transmitted:              0
Total Packets transmitted successfully: 0
Total Packets retried for transmission: 0
RTS Attempts:                           0
RTS Success:                            0

Related Commands

config mesh linktest
config mesh range
show mesh config
show mesh neigh
show mesh stats

show mesh queue-stats

To display the number of packets in a client access queue by type for a particular mesh access point, use the show mesh queue-stats command.

show mesh queue-stats {cisco_ap | all}

Syntax Description

cisco_ap

Name of access point for which you want packet queue statistics.

all

Displays all access points.



Note If an AP itself is configured with the name `all', then the `all access points' case takes precedence over the AP that is named `all'.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display packet queue statistics for access point ap417:

> show mesh queue-stats ap417
 
   
Queue Type Overflows Peak length Average length
---------- --------- ----------- --------------
Silver     0         1           0.000
Gold       0         4           0.004
Platinum   0         4           0.001
Bronze     0         0           0.000
Management 0         0           0.000

Related Commands

config mesh client-access
config mesh multicast
show mesh client-access
show mesh config
show mesh stats
show mgmtuser

show mesh public-safety

To display 4.8-GHz public safety settings, use the show mesh public-safety command.

show mesh public-safety

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to view 4.8-GHz public safety settings:

> show mesh public-safety
 
   
Global Public Safety status: disabled

Related Commands

config 802.11-a
config 802.11-a antenna extAntGain
config 802.11-a channel ap
config 802.11-a txpower ap
config mesh public-safety
config mesh security
show mesh ap
show mesh security-stats
show mesh stats

show mesh security-stats

To display packet error statistics for a specific access point, use the show mesh security-stats command.

show mesh security-stats {cisco_ap | all}

Syntax Description

cisco_ap

Name of access point for which you want packet error statistics.

all

Displays all access points.



Note If an AP itself is configured with the name `all', then the `all access points' case takes precedence over the AP that is named `all'.


Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

This command shows packet error statistics and a count of failures, timeouts, and successes with respect to associations and authentications as well as reassociations and reauthentications for the specified access point and its child.

Examples

This example shows how to display packet error statistics for access point ap417:

> show mesh security-stats ap417
 
   
AP MAC : 00:0B:85:5F:FA:F0
Packet/Error Statistics:
-----------------------------
x Packets 14, Rx Packets 19, Rx Error Packets 0
Parent-Side Statistics:
--------------------------
Unknown Association Requests 0
Invalid Association Requests 0
Unknown Re-Authentication Requests 0
Invalid Re-Authentication Requests 0
Unknown Re-Association Requests 0
Invalid Re-Association Requests 0
Child-Side Statistics:
--------------------------
Association Failures 0
Association Timeouts 0
Association Successes 0
Authentication Failures 0
Authentication Timeouts 0
Authentication Successes 0
Re-Association Failures 0
Re-Association Timeouts 0
Re-Association Successes 0
Re-Authentication Failures 0
Re-Authentication Timeouts 0
Re-Authentication Successes 0

Related Commands

config mesh alarm
config mesh linkdata
config mesh linktest
config mesh security

show mesh stats

To display the mesh statistics for a Cisco lightweight access point, use the show mesh stats command.

show mesh stats cisco_ap

Syntax Description

cisco_ap

Cisco lightweight access point name.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display statistics of an access point:

> show mesh stats RAP_ap1
 
   
RAP in state Maint
rxNeighReq 759978, rxNeighRsp 568673
txNeighReq 115433, txNeighRsp 759978
rxNeighUpd 8266447 txNeighUpd 693062
tnextchan 0, nextant 0, downAnt 0, downChan 0, curAnts 0
tnextNeigh 0, malformedNeighPackets 244, poorNeighSnr 27901
blacklistPackets 0, insufficientMemory 0
authenticationFailures 0
Parent Changes 1, Neighbor Timeouts 16625

Related Commands

config mesh alarm
config mesh client-access
config mesh ethernet-bridging vlan-transparent
config mesh linkdata
config mesh linktest
config mesh security
show mesh per-stats
show mesh queue-stats
show mesh security-stats

show mgmtuser

To display the local management user accounts on the Cisco wireless LAN controller, use the show mgmtuser command.

show mgmtuser

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a list of management users:

> show mgmtuser
 
   
User Name                 Permissions    Description            Password Strength
-----------------------   ------------   --------------         ------------------
admin                     read-write                                      Weak

Related Commands

config mgmtuser add
config mgmtuser delete
config mgmtuser description
config mgmtuser password

Show Mobility Commands

Use the show mobility commands to display mobility settings.

show mobility anchor

To display the wireless LAN anchor export list for the Cisco wireless LAN controller mobility groups or to display a list and status of controllers configured as mobility anchors for a specific WLAN or wired guest LAN, use the show mobility anchor command.

show mobility anchor [wan wlan_id | guest-lan guest_lan_id]

Syntax Description

wlan

(Optional) Displays wireless LAN mobility group settings.

wlan_id

Wireless LAN identifier between 1 and 512 (inclusive).

guest-lan

(Optional) Displays guest LAN mobility group settings.

guest_lan_id

Guest LAN identifier between 1 and 5 (inclusive).


Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

The status field display (see example) shows one of the following values:

UP—The controller is reachable and able to pass data.

CNTRL_PATH_DOWN—The mpings failed. The controller cannot be reached through the control path and is considered failed.

DATA_PATH_DOWN—The epings failed. The controller cannot be reached and is considered failed.

CNTRL_DATA_PATH_DOWN—Both the mpings and epings failed. The controller cannot be reached and is considered failed.

Examples

This example shows how to display a mobility wireless LAN anchor list:

> show mobility anchor
 
   
Mobility Anchor Export List
 
   
 WLAN ID     IP Address            Status
 -------     ---------------       ------
 12           192.168.0.15         UP
 
   
 GLAN ID     IP Address            Status
 -------     ---------------       -------
 1           192.168.0.9           CNTRL_DATA_PATH_DOWN

Related Commands

config guest-lan mobility anchor
config mobility group domain
config mobility group keepalive count
config mobility group keepalive interval
config mobility group member
config mobility group multicast-address
config mobility multicast-mode
config mobility secure-mode
config mobility statistics reset
config wlan mobility anchor
debug mobility
show mobility anchor
show mobility foreign-map
show mobility statistics
show mobility summary

show mobility foreign-map

To display a mobility wireless LAN foreign map list, use the show mobility foreign-map command.

show mobility foreign-map wlan wlan_id

Syntax Description

wlan

Displays the mobility WLAN foreign-map list.

wlan_id

Wireless LAN identifier between 1 and 512.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to get a mobility wireless LAN foreign map list:

> show mobility foreign-map wlan 2
 
   
Mobility Foreign Map List
 
   
 WLAN ID               Foreign MAC Address                 Interface
 -------               -------------------                 ---------
   2                    00:1b:d4:6b:87:20                  dynamic-105
 
   

Related Commands

config wlan mobility foreign-map
config mobility group member
config wlan mobility anchor
debug mobility
show mobility anchor
show mobility summary

show mobility statistics

To display the statistics information for the Cisco wireless LAN controller mobility groups, use the show mobility statistics command.

show mobility statistics

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display statistics of the mobility manager:

> show mobility statistics
 
   
Global Mobility Statistics
   Rx Errors..................................... 0
   Tx Errors..................................... 0
   Responses Retransmitted....................... 0
   Handoff Requests Received..................... 0
   Handoff End Requests Received................. 0
   State Transitions Disallowed.................. 0
   Resource Unavailable.......................... 0
Mobility Initiator Statistics
   Handoff Requests Sent......................... 0
   Handoff Replies Received...................... 0
   Handoff as Local Received..................... 2
   Handoff as Foreign Received................... 0
   Handoff Denys Received........................ 0
   Anchor Request Sent........................... 0
   Anchor Deny Received.......................... 0
   Anchor Grant Received......................... 0
   Anchor Transfer Received...................... 0
Mobility Responder Statistics
   Handoff Requests Ignored...................... 0
   Ping Pong Handoff Requests Dropped............ 0
   Handoff Requests Dropped...................... 0
   Handoff Requests Denied....................... 0
   Client Handoff as Local....................... 0
   Client Handoff as Foreign  ................... 0
   Client Handoff Inter Group ................... 0
   Anchor Requests Received...................... 0
   Anchor Requests Denied........................ 0
   Anchor Requests Granted....................... 0
   Anchor Transferred............................ 0

Related Commands

config mobility group anchor
config mobility group domain
config mobility group keepalive count
config mobility group keepalive interval
config mobility group member
config mobility group multicast-address
config mobility multicast-mode
config mobility secure-mode
config mobility statistics reset
debug mobility
show mobility anchor
show mobility summary

show mobility summary

To display the summary information for the Cisco wireless LAN controller mobility groups, use the show mobility summary command.

show mobility summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

Some WLAN controllers may list no mobility security mode.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of the mobility manager:

> show mobility summary
 
   
Symmetric Mobility Tunneling (current) .......... Disabled
Symmetric Mobility Tunneling (after reboot) ..... Disabled
Mobility Protocol Port........................... 16666
Mobility Security Mode........................... Disabled
Default Mobility Domain.......................... snmp_gui
Multicast Mode .................................. Disabled
Mobility Domain ID for 802.11r................... 0x66bd
Mobility Keepalive Interval...................... 10
Mobility Keepalive Count......................... 3
Mobility Group Members Configured................ 1
Mobility Control Message DSCP Value.............. 0
 
   
Controllers configured in the Mobility Group
MAC Address        IP Address       Group Name         Multicast IP 	Status
00:1b:d4:6b:87:20    1.100.163.70     snmp_gui         0.0.0.0	       Up

Related Commands

config guest-lan mobility anchor
config mobility group domain
config mobility group keepalive count
config mobility group keepalive interval
config mobility group member
config mobility group multicast-address
config mobility multicast-mode
config mobility secure-mode
config mobility statistics reset
config wlan mobility anchor
debug mobility
show mobility anchor
show mobility statistics

show msglog

To display the message logs written to the Cisco wireless LAN controller database, use the show msglog command.

show msglog

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

If there are more that 15 entries, you are prompted to display the messages shown in the example.

Examples

This example shows how to display message logs:

> show msglog
 
   
Message Log Severity Level..................... ERROR
Thu Aug  4 14:30:08 2005  [ERROR] spam_lrad.c 1540: AP 00:0b:85:18:b6:50 associated. Last 
AP failure was due to Link Failure
Thu Aug  4 14:30:08 2005  [ERROR] spam_lrad.c 13840: Updating IP info for AP 00:
0b:85:18:b6:50 -- static 0, 1.100.49.240/255.255.255.0, gtw 1.100.49.1
Thu Aug  4 14:29:32 2005  [ERROR] dhcpd.c 78: dhcp server: binding to 0.0.0.0
Thu Aug  4 14:29:32 2005  [ERROR] rrmgroup.c 733: Airewave Director: 802.11a switch group 
reset
Thu Aug  4 14:29:32 2005  [ERROR] rrmgroup.c 733: Airewave Director: 802.11bg sw
itch group reset
Thu Aug  4 14:29:22 2005  [ERROR] sim.c 2841: Unable to get link state for primary port 0 
of interface ap-manager
Thu Aug  4 14:29:22 2005  [ERROR] dtl_l2_dot1q.c 767: Unable to get USP
Thu Aug  4 14:29:22 2005  Previous message occurred 2 times
Thu Aug  4 14:29:14 2005  [CRITICAL] osapi_sem.c 794: Error!  osapiMutexTake called with 
NULL pointer: osapi_bsntime.c:927
Thu Aug  4 14:29:14 2005  [CRITICAL] osapi_sem.c 794: Error!  osapiMutexTake called with 
NULL pointer: osapi_bsntime.c:919
Thu Aug  4 14:29:14 2005  [CRITICAL] hwutils.c 1861: Security Module not found
Thu Aug  4 14:29:13 2005  [CRITICAL] bootos.c 791: Starting code...

show nac statistics

To display detailed Network Access Control (NAC) information about a Cisco wireless LAN controller, use the show nac statistics command.

show nac statistics

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display detailed statistics of network access control settings:

> show nac statistics
 
   
Server Index....................................................... 1
Server Address..................................................... xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Number of requests sent............................................ 0
Number of retransmissions.......................................... 0
Number of requests received........................................ 0
Number of malformed requests received.............................. 0
Number of bad auth requests received............................... 0
Number of pending requests......................................... 0
Number of timed out requests....................................... 0
Number of misc dropped request received............................ 0
Number of requests sent............................................ 0 

Related Commands

show nac summary
config guest-lan nac
config wlan nac
debug nac

show nac summary

To display NAC summary information for a Cisco wireless LAN controller, use the show nac summary command.

show nac summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary information of network access control settings:

> show nac summary
 
   
NAC ACL Name ...............................................
Index  Server Address                            Port     State
-----  ----------------------------------------  ----     -----
1      xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx                           13336    Enabled 

Related Commands

show nac statistics
config guest-lan nac
config wlan nac
debug nac

show netuser

To display the configuration of a particular user in the local user database, use show netuser command.

show netuser {detail user_name | guest-roles | summary}

Syntax Description

detail

Displays detailed information about the specified network user.

user_name

Network user.

guest_roles

Displays configured roles for guest users.

summary

Displays a summary of all users in the local user database.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of all users in the local user database:

> show netuser summary
 
   
Maximum logins allowed for a given username ........Unlimited
 
   

This example shows how to display detailed information on the specified network user:

> show netuser detail john10
 
   
username........................................... abc
WLAN Id............................................. Any
Lifetime............................................ Permanent
Description......................................... test user

Related Commands

config netuser add
config netuser delete
config netuser description
config netuser guest-role apply
config netuser wlan-id
show netuser guest-roles

show netuser guest-roles

To display a list of the current quality of service (QoS) roles and their bandwidth parameters, use the show netuser guest-roles command.

show netuser guest-roles

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a QoS role for the guest network user:

> show netuser guest-roles
 
   
Role Name.............................. Contractor
	Average Data Rate.................. 10
	Burst Data Rate.................... 10
	Average Realtime Rate.............. 100
	Burst Realtime Rate................ 100
 
   
Role Name.............................. Vendor
	Average Data Rate.................. unconfigured
	Burst Data Rate.................... unconfigured
	Average Realtime Rate.............. unconfigured
	Burst Realtime Rate................ unconfigured
 
   

Related Commands

config netuser add
config netuser delete
config netuser description
config netuser guest-role apply
config netuser wlan-id
show netuser guest-roles
show netuser

show network

To display the current status of 802.3 bridging for all WLANs, use the show network command.

show network

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the network details:

> show network

Related Commands

Configure Network Commands
show network summary
show network multicast mgid detail
show network multicast mgid summary

show network summary

To display the network configuration of the Cisco wireless LAN controller, use the show network summary command.

show network summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary configuration:

> show network summary
 
   
RF-Network Name............................. RF
Web Mode.................................... Disable
Secure Web Mode............................. Enable
Secure Web Mode Cipher-Option High.......... Disable
Secure Web Mode Cipher-Option SSLv2......... Disable
Secure Shell (ssh).......................... Enable
Telnet...................................... Enable
Ethernet Multicast Mode..................... Disable   Mode: Ucast
Ethernet Broadcast Mode..................... Disable
IGMP snooping............................... Disabled
IGMP timeout................................ 60 seconds
User Idle Timeout........................... 300 seconds
ARP Idle Timeout............................ 300 seconds
ARP Unicast Mode............................ Disabled
Cisco AP Default Master..................... Disable
Mgmt Via Wireless Interface................. Disable
Mgmt Via Dynamic Interface.................. Disable
Bridge MAC filter Config.................... Enable
Bridge Security Mode........................ EAP
Over The Air Provisioning of AP's........... Enable
Apple Talk ................................. Disable

Related Commands

Configure Network Commands
show network
show network multicast mgid detail
show network multicast mgid summary

show network multicast mgid detail

To display all the clients joined to the multicast group in a specific multicast group identification (MGID), use the show network multicast mgid detail command.

show network multicast mgid detail mgid_value

Syntax Description

mgid_value

Number between 550 and 4095.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display details of the multicast database:

> show network multicast mgid detail
 
   
Mgid ............................... 550
Multicast Group Address ............ 239.255.255.250
Vlan ............................... 0
Rx Packet Count .................... 807399588
No of clients ...................... 1
Client List ........................ 
		Client MAC 	 				Expire TIme (mm:ss)
	 	00:13:02:23:82:ad 	 0:20

Related Commands

show network
show network summary
show network multicast mgid summary

show network multicast mgid summary

To display all the multicast groups and their corresponding multicast group identifications (MGIDs), use the show network multicast mgid summary command.

show network multicast mgid summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of multicast groups and their MGIDs:

> show network multicast mgid summary
 
   
Layer2 MGID Mapping:
-------------------
InterfaceName 		 		 		 	 vlanId 		 	MGID
----------------------------- ------ 	-----
management 	 	 	 	 			 0 	 	 	0
test 	 	 			 		 0 			9
wired 	 						 20 	 		8
 
   
Layer3 MGID Mapping:
-------------------
Number of Layer3 MGIDs ................ 1
 
   
	Group address 	 	 	 	 	Vlan 	 	MGID
	------------------ 	----- 	 ------
	239.255.255.250 		 	 	 0 	 	 	550

Related Commands

show network
show network summary
show network multicast mgid detail

show nmsp notify-interval summary

To display the Network Mobility Services Protocol (NMSP) configuration settings, use the show nmsp notify-interval summary command.

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display NMSP configuration settings:

> show nmsp notify-interval summary
 
   
NMSP Notification Interval Summary
 
   
 Client
        Measurement interval:    2 sec
 RFID
        Measurement interval:    8 sec
 Rogue AP
        Measurement interval:    2 sec
 Rogue Client
        Measurement interval:    2 sec

Related Commands

clear locp statistics
clear nmsp statistics
config nmsp notify-interval measurement
show nmsp statistics
show nmsp status

show nmsp statistics

To display Network Mobility Services Protocol (NMSP) counters, use the show nmsp statistics command.

show nmsp statistics {summary | connection all}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays common NMSP counters.

connection all

Displays all connection-specific counters.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of common NMSP counters:

> show nmsp statistics summary
 
   
Send RSSI with no entry:               0
Send too big msg:                      0
Failed SSL write:                      0
Partial SSL write:                     0
SSL write attempts to want write:
Transmit Q full:0
Max Measure Notify Msg:                0
Max Info Notify Msg:                   0
Max Tx Q Size:                         2
Max Rx Size:                           1
Max Info Notify Q Size:                0
 
   
Max Client Info Notify Delay:          0
Max Rogue AP Info Notify Delay:        0
Max Rogue Client Info Notify Delay:    0
Max Client Measure Notify Delay:       0
Max Tag Measure Notify Delay:          0
Max Rogue AP Measure Notify Delay:     0
Max Rogue Client Measure Notify Delay: 0
Max Client Stats Notify Delay:         0
Max Tag Stats Notify Delay:            0
RFID Measurement Periodic :            0
RFID Measurement Immediate :           0
Reconnect Before Conn Timeout:         0
 
   

This example shows how to display all the connection-specific NMSP counters:

> show nmsp statistics connection all
 
   
NMSP Connection Counters
Connection 1 :
 Connection status:  UP
 Freed Connection:    0
 Nmsp Subscr Req:     0          NMSP Subscr Resp:   0
 Info Req:            1          Info Resp:          1
 Measure Req:         2          Measure Resp:        2
 Stats Req:           2          Stats Resp:          2
 Info Notify:         0          Measure Notify:      0
 Loc Capability:      2
 Location Req:        0          Location Rsp:        0
 Loc Subscr Req:      0          Loc Subscr Rsp:      0
 Loc Notif:           0
 Loc Unsubscr Req:    0          Loc Unsubscr Rsp:    0
 IDS Get Req:         0          IDS Get Resp:        0
 IDS Notif:           0
 IDS Set Req:         0          IDS Set Resp:        0

Related Commands

clear nmsp statistics
config nmsp notify-interval measurement
show nmsp notify-interval summary
show nmsp status

show nmsp status

To display the status of active Network Mobility Services Protocol (NMSP) connections, use the show nmsp status command.

show nmsp status

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the status of the active NMSP connections:

>show nmsp status

 
   
LocServer IP   TxEchoResp  RxEchoReq TxData  RxData
-------------- ----------- --------- ------- -------
171.71.132.158 21642       21642     51278   21253

Related Commands

clear locp statistics
clear nmsp statistics
config nmsp notify-interval measurement
show nmsp notify-interval summary
show nmsp statistics

show nmsp subscription

To display the Network Mobility Services Protocol (NMSP) services that are active on the controller, use the show nmsp subscription command.

show nmsp subscription {summary | detail ip_addr}

Syntax Description

summary

Displays all of the NMSP services to which the controller is subscribed.

detail

Displays details for all of the NMSP services to which the controller is subscribed.

ip_addr

Details only for the NMSP services subscribed to by a specific IP address.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of all the NMSP services to which the controller is subscribed:

> show nmsp subscription summary
 
   
Mobility Services Subscribed:
 
   
Server IP          Services
---------          --------
10.10.10.31        RSSI, Info, Statistics
 
   

This example shows how to display details of all the NMSP services:

> show nmsp subscription detail 10.10.10.31
 
   
Mobility Services Subscribed by 10.10.10.31
 
   
Services          Sub-services
--------          ------------
RSSI              Mobile Station, Tags,
Info              Mobile Station,
Statistics        Mobile Station, Tags,

Related Commands

clear locp statistics
clear nmsp statistics
config nmsp notify-interval measurement
show nmsp notify-interval summary
show nmsp statistics

show pmk-cache

To display information about the pairwise master key (PMK) cache, use the show port command.

show pmk-cache {all | MAC}

Syntax Description

all

Displays information about all entries in the PMK cache.

MAC

Information about a single entry in the PMK cache.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display information about a single entry in the PMK cache:

> show pmk-cache xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
 
   
 
   

This example shows how to display information about all entries in the PMK cache:

> show pmk-cache all
 
   
PMK Cache
                    Entry
Station             Lifetime   VLAN Override          IP Override
-----------------   --------   --------------------   ---------------

Related Commands

config pmk-cache delete

show port

To display the Cisco wireless LAN controller port settings on an individual or global basis, use the show port command.

show port {port | summary}

Syntax Description

port

Information on the individual ports.

summary

Displays all ports.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display information about an individual wireless LAN controller port:

> show port 1
 
   
           STP   Admin   Physical   Physical   Link   Link    Mcast
Pr  Type   Stat   Mode     Mode      Status   Status  Trap   Appliance   POE
-- ------- ---- ------- ---------- ---------- ------ ------- --------- -------
1  Normal  Disa Enable  Auto       1000 Full  Down   Enable  Enable     N/A

Note Some WLAN controllers may not have multicast or Power over Ethernet (PoE) listed because they do not support those features.


 
   

This example shows how to display a summary of all ports:

> show port summary
 
   
           STP   Admin   Physical   Physical   Link   Link    Mcast
Pr  Type   Stat   Mode     Mode      Status   Status  Trap   Appliance   POE
-- ------- ---- ------- ---------- ---------- ------ ------- --------- -------
1  Normal  Forw Enable  Auto       1000 Full  Up     Enable  Enable     N/A
2  Normal  Disa Enable  Auto       1000 Full  Down   Enable  Enable     N/A
3  Normal  Disa Enable  Auto       1000 Full  Down   Enable  Enable     N/A
4  Normal  Disa Enable  Auto       1000 Full  Down   Enable  Enable     N/A
 
   

Note Some WLAN controllers may have only one port listed because they have only one physical port.


Related Commands

clear stats port
config ap port
config interface port
config network web-auth-port
Configure Port Commands
config spanningtree port mode
config spanningtree port pathcost
config spanningtree port priority
show stats port

show process

To display how various processes in the system are using the CPU at that instant in time, use the show process command.

show process {cpu | memory}

Syntax Description

cpu

Displays how various system tasks are using the CPU at that moment.

memory

Displays the allocation and deallocation of memory from various processes in the system at that moment.


Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

This command is helpful in understanding if any single task is monopolizing the CPU and preventing other tasks from being performed.

Examples

This example shows how to display various tasks in the system that are using the CPU at a given moment:

> show process cpu
 
   
Name				Priority 			CPU Use 			Reaper
 reaperWatcher				( 3/124) 			0 %			( 0/ 0)% 			I
 osapiReaper				(10/121) 			0 % 			( 0/ 0)% 			I
 TempStatus				(255/ 1) 			0 % 			( 0/ 0)% 			I
 emWeb				(255/ 1) 			0 % 			( 0/ 0)% 			T 300
 cliWebTask				(255/ 1) 			0 % 			( 0/ 0)% 			I
 UtilTask				(255/ 1) 			0 % 			( 0/ 0)% 			T 300
 
   

This example shows how to display the allocation and deallocation of memory from various processes at a given moment:

> show process memory
 
   
Name				Priority 			BytesinUse 			Reaper
 reaperWatcher				( 3/124) 			0			( 0/ 0)% 			I
 osapiReaper				(10/121) 			0 			( 0/ 0)% 			I
 TempStatus				(255/ 1) 			308 			( 0/ 0)% 			I
 emWeb				(255/ 1) 			294440 			( 0/ 0)% 			T 300
 cliWebTask				(255/ 1) 			738 			( 0/ 0)% 			I
 UtilTask				(255/ 1) 			308 			( 0/ 0)% 			T 300

Related Commands

debug memory
transfer upload datatype

show qos queue_length all

To display quality of service (QoS) information (queue length), use the show qos queue-length all command.

show qos queue_length all

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display QoS queue length information:

> show qos queue_length all
 
   
Platinum queue length.......................... 255
Gold queue length.............................. 255
Silver queue length............................ 150
Bronze queue length............................ 100

Related Commands

config qos queue_length

Show RADIUS Commands

Use the show radius commands to display RADIUS settings.

show radius acct statistics

To display the RADIUS accounting server statistics for the Cisco wireless LAN controller, use the show radius acct statistics command.

show radius acct statistics

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display RADIUS accounting server statistics:

> show radius acct statistics
 
   
Accounting Servers:
Server Index..................................... 1
Server Address................................... 10.1.17.10
Msg Round Trip Time.............................. 0 (1/100 second)
First Requests................................... 0
Retry Requests................................... 0
Accounting Responses............................. 0
Malformed Msgs................................... 0
Bad Authenticator Msgs........................... 0
Pending Requests................................. 0
Timeout Requests................................. 0
Unknowntype Msgs................................. 0
Other Drops...................................... 0

Related Commands

config radius acct
config radius acct ipsec authentication
config radius acct ipsec disable
config radius acct network
show radius auth statistics
show radius summary

show radius auth statistics

To display the RADIUS authentication server statistics for the Cisco wireless LAN controller, use the show radius auth statistics command.

show radius auth statistics

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keyword.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display RADIUS authentication server statistics:

> show radius auth statistics
 
   
Authentication Servers:
  Server Index..................................... 1
  Server Address................................... 1.1.1.1
  Msg Round Trip Time.............................. 0 (1/100 second)
  First Requests................................... 0
  Retry Requests................................... 0
  Accept Responses................................. 0
  Reject Responses................................. 0
  Challenge Responses.............................. 0
  Malformed Msgs................................... 0
  Bad Authenticator Msgs........................... 0
  Pending Requests................................. 0
  Timeout Requests................................. 0
  Unknowntype Msgs................................. 0
  Other Drops...................................... 0

Related Commands

config radius auth
config radius auth management
config radius auth network
show radius summary

show radius rfc3576 statistics

To display the RADIUS rfc3576 server statistics for the Cisco wireless LAN controller, use the show radius rfc3576 statistics command.

show radius rfc3576 statistics

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

RFC 3576, an extension to the RADIUS protocol, allows dynamic changes to a user session, which includes support for disconnecting users and changing authorizations applicable to a user session; that is, it provides support for Disconnect and Change-of-Authorization (CoA) messages. Disconnect messages cause a user session to be terminated immediately. CoA messages modify session authorization attributes such as data filters.

Examples

This example shows how to display the RADIUS RFC-3576 server statistics:

> show radius rfc3576 statistics
 
   
RFC-3576 Servers:
Server Index..................................... 1
Server Address................................... 10.1.17.10
Msg Round Trip Time.............................. 0 (1/100 second)
First Requests................................... 0
Retry Requests................................... 0
Accounting Responses............................. 0
Malformed Msgs................................... 0
Bad Authenticator Msgs........................... 0
Pending Requests................................. 0
Timeout Requests................................. 0
Unknown type Msgs................................. 0
Other Drops...................................... 0

Related Commands

config radius auth rfc3576
show radius auth statistics
show radius summary

show radius summary

To display the RADIUS authentication and accounting server summary, use the show radius summary command.

show radius summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a RADIUS authentication server summary:

> show radius summary
 
   
Vendor Id Backward Compatibility................. Disabled
Credentials Caching.............................. Disabled
Call Station Id Type............................. IP Address
Administrative Authentication via RADIUS......... Enabled
 
   
Authentication Servers
 
   
Index  Type  Server Address    Port    State     Tout  RFC-3576  IPsec - AuthMod
e/Phase1/Group/Lifetime/Auth/Encr
-----  ----  ----------------  ------  --------  ----  --------  ---------------
---------------------------------
 
   
Accounting Servers
 
   
Index  Type  Server Address    Port    State     Tout  RFC-3576  IPsec - AuthMod
e/Phase1/Group/Lifetime/Auth/Encr
-----  ----  ----------------  ------  --------  ----  --------  ---------------
---------------------------------

Related Commands

show radius acct statistics
show radius auth statistics

Show Radio Frequency ID Commands

Use the show rfid commands to display radio frequency ID settings.

show rfid client

To display the radio frequency identification (RFID) tags that are associated to the controller as clients, use the show rfid client command.

show rfid client

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Usage Guidelines

When the RFID tag is not in client mode, the above fields are blank.

Examples

This example shows how to display the RFID tag that is associated to the controller as clients:

> show rfid client
 
   
------------------ 	-------- --------- ----------------- ------ ----------------
                         			 	 	 	 	 Heard                                             
   RFID Mac      	 			 	 VENDOR   Sec Ago    Associated AP    Chnl    Client State  
------------------ 	-------- --------- ----------------- ------ ----------------
 
   
00:14:7e:00:0b:b1 	 	 Pango 	 	 	 	 	 35  	 	 AP0019.e75c.fef4 	 	 1  	 	 	 	 Probing  

Related Commands

config rfid status
config rfid timeout
show rfid config
show rfid detail
show rfid summary

show rfid config

To display the current radio frequency identification (RFID) configuration settings, use the show rfid config command.

show rfid config

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display the current RFID configuration settings:

> show rfid config
 
   
RFID Tag Data Collection ............................... Enabled
RFID Tag Auto-Timeout .................................. Enabled
RFID Client Data Collection ............................ Disabled
RFID Data Timeout ...................................... 200 seconds
 
   

Related Commands

config rfid status
config rfid timeout
show rfid client
show rfid detail
show rfid summary

show rfid detail

To display detailed radio frequency identification (RFID) information for a specified tag, use the show rfid detail command.

show rfid detail mac_address

Syntax Description

mac_address

MAC address of an RFID tag.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display detailed RFID information:

> show rfid detail 32:21:3a:51:01:02
 
   
RFID address..................................... 00:12:b8:00:20:52
Vendor........................................... G2
Last Heard....................................... 51 seconds ago
Packets Received................................. 2
Bytes Received................................... 324
Cisco Type.......................................
 
   
Content Header
=================
Version.......................................... 0
Tx Power......................................... 12 dBm
Channel.......................................... 1
Reg Class........................................ 12
Burst Length..................................... 1
 
   
CCX Payload
===========
Last Sequence Control............................ 0
Payload length................................... 127
Payload Data Hex Dump
 
01 09 00 00 00 00 0b 85 52 52 52 02 07 4b ff ff
7f ff ff ff 03 14 00 12 7b 10 48 53 c1 f7 51 4b
50 ba 5b 97 27 80 00 67 00 01 03 05 01 42 34 00
00 03 05 02 42 5c 00 00 03 05 03 42 82 00 00 03
05 04 42 96 00 00 03 05 05 00 00 00 55 03 05 06
42 be 00 00 03 02 07 05 03 12 08 10 00 01 02 03
04 05 06 07 08 09 0a 0b 0c 0d 0e 0f 03 0d 09 03
08 05 07 a8 02 00 10 00 23 b2 4e 03 02 0a 03
 
Nearby AP Statistics:
	 lap1242-2(slot 0, chan 1) 50 seconds ag.... -76 dBm
     		 lap1242(slot 0, chan 1) 50 seconds ago..... -65 dBm

Related Commands

config rfid status
config rfid timeout
show rfid config
show rfid client
show rfid summary

show rfid summary

To display a summary of the radio frequency identification (RFID) information for a specified tag, use the show rfid summary command.

show rfid summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of RFID information:

> show rfid summary
 
   
Total Number of RFID   : 5
----------------- -------- ------------------ ------ ---------------------
     RFID ID      VENDOR       Closest AP      RSSI  Time Since Last Heard
----------------- -------- ------------------ ------ ---------------------
 
   
00:04:f1:00:00:04 Wherenet ap:1120             -51      858 seconds ago
00:0c:cc:5c:06:d3 Aerosct  ap:1120             -51       68 seconds ago
00:0c:cc:5c:08:45 Aerosct  AP_1130             -54      477 seconds ago
00:0c:cc:5c:08:4b Aerosct  wolverine           -54      332 seconds ago
00:0c:cc:5c:08:52 Aerosct  ap:1120             -51      699 seconds ago
 
   

Related Commands

config rfid status
config rfid timeout
show rfid client
show rfid config
show rfid detail

Show Rogue Commands

Use the show rogue commands to display unverified (rogue) device settings.

show rogue adhoc detailed

To display details of an ad-hoc rogue access point detected by the Cisco wireless LAN controller, use the show rogue adhoc client detailed command.

show rogue adhoc detailed MAC

Syntax Description

MAC

Ad-hoc rogue MAC address.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display detailed ad-hoc rogue MAC address information:

> show rogue adhoc detailed 02:61:ce:8e:a8:8c
 
   
Adhoc Rogue MAC address.......................... 02:61:ce:8e:a8:8c
Adhoc Rogue BSSID................................ 02:61:ce:8e:a8:8c
State............................................ Alert
First Time Adhoc Rogue was Reported.............. Tue Dec 11 20:45:45 2007
Last Time Adhoc Rogue was Reported............... Tue Dec 11 20:45:45 2007
Reported By
AP 1
MAC Address.............................. 00:14:1b:58:4a:e0
Name..................................... AP0014.1ced.2a60
Radio Type............................... 802.11b
SSID..................................... rf4k3ap
Channel.................................. 3
RSSI..................................... -56 dBm
SNR...................................... 15 dB
Encryption............................... Disabled
ShortPreamble............................ Disabled
WPA Support.............................. Disabled
Last reported by this AP............... Tue Dec 11 20:45:45 2007
 
   

Related Commands

config rogue adhoc
config rogue rule
show rogue adhoc summary
show rogue ignore-list
show rogue rule detailed
show rogue rule summary

show rogue adhoc summary

To display a summary of the ad-hoc rogue access points detected by the Cisco wireless LAN controller, use the show rogue adhoc summary command.

show rogue adhoc summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of all ad-hoc rogues:

> show rogue adhoc summary
Detect and report Ad-Hoc Networks................ Enabled
 
   
Client MAC Address   Adhoc BSSID    State  # APs       Last Heard
------------------   -----------    -----    ---       -------
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx    super          Alert    1         Sat Aug  9 21:12:50 2004
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx                   Alert    1         Aug  9 21:12:50 2003
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx                   Alert    1         Sat Aug  9 21:10:50 2003 

Related Commands

config rogue adhoc
config rogue rule
show rogue adhoc detailed
show rogue ignore-list
show rogue rule detailed
show rogue rule summary

show rogue ap clients

To display details of rogue access point clients detected by the Cisco wireless LAN controller, use the show rogue ap clients command.

show rogue ap clients ap_mac_address

Syntax Description

ap_mac_address

Rogue access point MAC address.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display details of rogue access point clients:

> show rogue ap clients xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
MAC Address State # APs Last Heard
----------------- ------------------ ----- -------------------------
00:bb:cd:12:ab:ff Alert 1 Fri Nov 30 11:26:23 2007
 
   

Related Commands

config rogue ap classify
config rogue ap friendly
config rogue ap rldp
config rogue ap ssid
config rogue ap timeout
config rogue ap valid-client
config rogue rule
config trapflags rogueap
show rogue ap detailed
show rogue ap summary
show rogue ap friendly summary
show rogue ap malicious summary
show rogue ap unclassified summary

show rogue ap detailed

To display details of a rogue access point detected by the Cisco wireless LAN controller, use the show rogue-ap detailed command.

show rogue ap detailed ap_mac_address

Syntax Description

ap_mac_address

Rogue access point MAC address.


Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display detailed information of a rogue access point:

> show rogue ap detailed xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
 
   
Rogue BSSID...................................... 00:0b:85:63:d1:94
Is Rogue on Wired Network........................ No
Classification................................... Unclassified
State............................................ Alert
First Time Rogue was Reported.................... Fri Nov 30 11:24:56 2007
Last Time Rogue was Reported..................... Fri Nov 30 11:24:56 2007
Reported By
AP 1
MAC Address.............................. 00:12:44:bb:25:d0
Name..................................... HReap
Radio Type............................... 802.11g
SSID..................................... edu-eap
Channel.................................. 6
RSSI..................................... -61 dBm
SNR...................................... -1 dB
Encryption............................... Enabled
ShortPreamble............................ Enabled
WPA Support.............................. Disabled
Last reported by this AP.............. Fri Nov 30 11:24:56 2007
 
   

Related Commands

config rogue ap classify
config rogue ap friendly
config rogue ap rldp
config rogue ap ssid
config rogue ap timeout
config rogue ap valid-client
config rogue rule
show rogue ap clients
show rogue ap summary
show rogue ap friendly summary
show rogue ap malicious summary
show rogue ap unclassified summary

show rogue ap summary

To display a summary of the rogue access points detected by the Cisco wireless LAN controller, use the show rogue-ap summary command.

show rogue ap summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of all rogue access points:

> show rogue ap summary
 
   
Rogue Location Discovery Protocol................  Disabled
Rogue ap timeout.................................  1200
 
   
MAC Address        Classification     # APs # Clients Last Heard
-----------------  ------------------ ----- --------- -----------------------
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  friendly           1     0         Thu Aug  4 18:57:11 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  malicious          1     0         Thu Aug  4 19:00:11 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  malicious          1     0         Thu Aug  4 18:57:11 2005
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx  malicious          1     0         Thu Aug  4 18:57:11 2005

Related Commands

config rogue ap classify
config rogue ap friendly
config rogue ap rldp
config rogue ap ssid
config rogue ap timeout
config rogue ap valid-client
config rogue rule
show rogue ap clients
show rogue ap detailed
show rogue ap friendly summary
show rogue ap malicious summary
show rogue ap unclassified summary

show rogue ap friendly summary

To display a list of the friendly rogue access points detected by the controller, use the show rogue-ap friendly summary command.

show rogue ap friendly summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of all friendly rogue access points:

> show rogue ap friendly summary
 
   
Number of APs.................................... 1
MAC Address 					State 				# APs	 # Clients Last Heard
----------------- ------------------ ----- --------- ---------------------------
XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX Internal 										1		 0 	Tue Nov 27 13:52:04 2007
 
   

Related Commands

config rogue ap classify
config rogue ap friendly
config rogue ap rldp
config rogue ap ssid
config rogue ap timeout
config rogue ap valid-client
config rogue rule
config trapflags rogueap
show rogue ap clients
show rogue ap detailed
show rogue ap summary
show rogue ap malicious summary
show rogue ap unclassified summary

show rogue ap malicious summary

To display a list of the malicious rogue access points detected by the controller, use the show rogue-ap malicious summary command.

show rogue ap malicious summary

Syntax Description

This command has no arguments or keywords.

Defaults

None.

Examples

This example shows how to display a summary of all malicious rogue access points:

> show rogue ap malicious summary
 
   
Number of APs.................................... 2
MAC Address 					State 				# APs	 # Clients Last Heard
----------------- ------------------ ----- --------- ---------------------------